Vivendi’s head office wins EMAS certification

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Paris, September 23, 2009

Vivendi’s head office wins EMAS certification

Vivendi’s head office has been awarded EMAS (Eco-Management and Audit Scheme) certification by the Ministry of Ecology, Energy and Sustainable Development for its environmental initiative. Vivendi is one of the few French companies to have received this distinction.

This European certification is one of the most demanding benchmarks in terms of environmental management and commitment to stake holders. It is recognition of the voluntary and rigorous initiative carried out by Vivendi as part of its policy of sustainable development.

This certification is also the result of the involvement of numerous employees from the various business departments at head office.

You will find more complete information about this certification and Vivendi’s environmental declaration on the company’s website under the heading Sustainable Development.

About Vivendi
A world leader in communications and entertainment, Vivendi controls Activision Blizzard (#1 in video games worldwide), Universal Music Group (#1 in music worldwide), SFR (#2 in mobile and fixed telecom in France), Maroc Telecom Group (#1 in mobile and fixed telecom in Morocco), Canal+ Group (#1 in pay-TV in France) and owns 20% of NBCU (leading U.S. media and entertainment group).
In 2008, Vivendi achieved revenues of €25.4 billion and adjusted net income of €2.7 billion. With operations in 77 countries, the Group has about 43,000 employees.

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