Reduce your 'footprint'!

Fitzgerald, Mark
February 2009
Editor & Publisher;Feb2009, Vol. 142 Issue 2, p7
Trade Publication
The article discusses the plan of Rupert Murdoch, chief executive officer (CEO) and chairman of the News Corp., to make the company carbon neutral by 2010. News Corp.'s audit measures the greenhouse-gas emissions the business generates through energy-consuming activities such as the use of electricity, fuels for heat and delivery vehicles, and air travel. News Corp. is also planning to shrink the carbon footprint of its supply chain, such as its newsprint.


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