Law In Business: Emission statement
Taking steps to reduce a firm's carbon footprint is as good for business as it is for the planet. Richard Bate looks at leading City firms' green policies and asks what more can be done to protect the environment
Climate change has grown from being an occasional scare story to one of the most serious issues facing society today. All three major UK political parties now consider tackling climate change a priority – and are prepared to use ‘green’ taxes to do so – telling us it is now part of the political mainstream.
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