Intouch: Executivepulse

November 2008
NZ Marketing Magazine;Nov2008, Vol. 27 Issue 10, p11
The article discusses the findings of an online survey of businesspeople on ways to reduce their carbon footprints conducted in New Zealand in September 2008. According to the results, recycling and using energy-efficient light bulbs top the list of activities such individuals will undertake at home to address the issue. Also cited are the least planned initiatives, including purchasing carbon offsets. It lists activities businessmen can carry out in 2009 to minimize greenhouse gas emissions and help manage climate change.


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