Due to the new EU law we are no longer allowed to produce Maxilight with 200W light bulb. You may still use the 200W light bulbs but when they burn out you will have to replace them with 120W light bulb instead. You don’t have to replace the whole Maxilight only the bulb.
Here’s a PDF where you can compare the old with the new Maxilight.
Today we had a meeting in the Swedish Governments reference group for CSR held at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The two main topics was 1) the United Nations Global Compact 10 Years Leaders Summit in New York that I have reported about in previous posts and 2) the status report of the ISO 26000 – Guidance for Social Responsibility, the final draft.
When talking about the Summit in New York I was asked give my reflections on the meeting and I took the chance to raise the importance of making the CSR-work a sensible investment, financially. In order to make the CSR movement grow strong in the business community Return On Investment is crucial. Let’s face it – if anything, business leaders understand money. We talked about the possibility of doing this under some kind of “Swedish Initiative” amongst the participants.
A couple of months ago I got a letter from the president of the United Nations, Ban Ki-Moon. He wanted me to come to the Big Apple to celibrate the 10 year Leaders Summit of UN Global Compact together with CEO’s and presidents of the UNGC community world wide. The event takes place at the same time as the Swedish Midsummer Feast so I really had to think twise about participating. Not really… of corse I booked the UNGC 10 Year Summit without hesitation. It’s not every day I get a personal invitation from Ban Ki-Moon. I’ll write about the meeting here on my blog during the event. Also a Swedish magazine has asked me to write about it for their big CSR edition in September. I’ll keep you posted.