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Cracking the Carbon Code by Terry Tamminen

Cracking the Carbon Code

Description : As the list of sub-national, national, and international regulations, markets, and carbon reduction targets grows and merges, business must take action to become more efficient and reduce carbon. Cracking the Carbon Code provides the tools to profit from this trend, describing practical steps to make almost any business more efficient, sustainable, and competitive in the global economy. It is important to know when new regulations will apply to your business and when hidden carbon liabilities could threaten a company’s profitability. Carbon is a measurement of waste, so identifying a company’s carbon footprint - and how to reduce it - will save money and unnecessary regulatory burdens.Filled with eye-opening facts, insights, and practical action steps to profit from the low-carbon economy of the 21st century, this book is for anyone who wants to build value, grow market share, and secure acceptance by consumers and regulators alike.

Subtitle : The Key to Sustainable Profits in the New Economy

Authors : Terry Tamminen

Published Date : 2010-12-15

Publisher : Palgrave Macmillan

ISBN : 9781137511935

Page : 192 Pages

Categories : Business & Economics

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