Walters, Kath
May 2008
BRW;5/8/2008, Vol. 30 Issue 18, p26
Trade Publication
The article discusses the business opportunities brought about by the trend in the corporate sector to reduce pollution emissions. Companies are desperate information as they assess the risks they face and the opportunities to develop new products and markets. Renewable energy is the biggest sector of need in the world.


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