Energy efficiency can beat the credit crunch

September 2008
Sustain' Magazine;2008, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p16
The article reports on the focus of British businesses on energy efficiency as a way to combat the effects of a potential economic slowdown, according to a research released by the Carbon Trust. Among the business leaders surveyed, many stated that reducing carbon emissions has been one of their primary agenda in the last six months.


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