New bottom line for business -- green

November 2007
Fairfield County Business Journal;11/5/2007, Vol. 46 Issue 45, p34
The author focuses on the 2007 Corporate Sustainability/Green Business Practices Survey on green businesses in Connecticut. The Connecticut Business & Industry Association is among 397 companies that responded to the survey, half think their companies would be more attractive to larger vendors if they adopted green businesses.


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