A Blueprint for a Carbon Emissions Policy

Jaeger, Jaclyn
August 2009
Compliance Week;Aug2009, Vol. 6 Issue 67, p56
The article focuses on the development of effective ways to manage carbon emissions of companies in the U.S. It cites that corporations must manage climate change and regulation of carbon emissions via working groups. According to the article, companies must develop cost-effective measures to better manage the cost of carbon compliance, including the assessment of its individual risk profile.


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