Looking at the digital transformation and the constantly advancing climate change, the sustainability aspect becomes increasingly important in the area of IT, too. In order to be able to create a future-oriented, flexible, and sustainable IT infrastructure, we decided to replace our traditional server with a so-called “hyperconvergent server”. Since August 2021, we have been successively shifting the large number of our virtual machines to our hyperconvergent server, which is expected to reduce the previous energy consumption by up to 85% due to its architecture.
INSIDE BE CLIMATE
With this blog, we will provide insights into the world of BE CLIMATE – the first brand for climate neutral fruit and vegetables. Here you can learn about the concrete actions to save CO2 implemented by our partners and by us, the carbon offset projects we invest in, and what happens “BE-hind the scenes”. Our goal is to make the world a little bit more sustainable and to inspire our customers, clients and business partners to treat our planet in a more climate-friendly way. Every contribution counts – let’s shape the future for the next generations together.
Every contribution counts – let’s shape the future for the next generations together.
Chile is not only the longest and narrowest country in the world, but also one of the native countries of our BE CLIMATE blueberries. The country is characterized by its geographical diversity and offers ideal opportunities for renewable energies. As Chile borders directly on the Pacific Ocean, there is particularly strong potential for wind energy.
Worldwide, over 89 billion plastic bags are used every year, most of them just once. The problem with plastic is that if it is not properly recycled, it degrades very slowly and gradually breaks down into microplastics, or in other words into very small plastic particles. These small particles can then enter the oceans with sewage, rainwater and floods.