Date Added: Jul 2010
The Hague, circa 2050 - This city in the Netherlands, and the home of the United Nations courts, evolved throughout the first half of the 21st century into a climate-neutral town where transportation is free of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) emissions and where energy is cleanly generated. The environment and climate issues have been very high on The Hague's list of priorities for many years. The Hague is seeking to create a climate-neutral city by 2050. To master these challenge Hague's chose SAS Institute. Hague's deployed SAS Sustainability Management. With this solution Hague were able to create healthier climate for residents, tourists, business and government.