How green are you?

Cole, Louise
October 2008
Commercial Motor;10/2/2008, Vol. 208 Issue 5300, p44
Trade Publication
The article offers tips in measuring an organisation's environmental impact and the policies to devised to rectify it in Great Britain. An organisation serious in reducing its carbon footprint should measure that footprint. This will show the easiest gains that can be made and help one produce a prioritised list of actions to cut carbon output. An organisation may also audit its operation. To agree a standard protocol for carbon output calculation is one of the carbon economy's challenges.


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