December 07, 2009
Some 20,000 guests from 200 countries are expected to visit the Bright Green exhibition at Forum in Copenhagen. Grundfos is exhibiting a firm message.
When Grundfos Group President, Carsten Bjerg, meets the Danish Prime Minister, Lars Løkke Rasmussen, on 12 December at Forum in Copenhagen, the distribution of roles is clear.
Grundfos’ message is: The politicians will make a climate agreement whereas the companies will deliver the solutions and Grundfos does not intend to challenge this division.
When you express your opinion loudly, you’ll be heard. At least this is the case for all those who contributed to Grundfos’ petition ”Future Now”. People from around the world expressed their worries about the climate in small video films on the Internet and even more people signed a petition asking the politicians to act now. These well-meaning requests will be handed over to the Prime Minister by Mr Bjerg.
See the Prime Minister receive the citizen’s messages at Bright Green on Saturday, 12 December from 11.30 am at Grundfos’ stand in Forum. On the same occasion Crown Prince Frederik will visit the Grundfos exhibition stand.
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