New guide released: The Business Case for Reducing Emissions
This guide, produced by IGD, is designed to help businesses understand what they can do to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, and communicates it in a way that will provide the business case for investment in greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction initiatives.
The guide focuses on three key drivers – regulation, financial considerations, and reputation - that organisations need to be aware of and address to help them reduce their GHG emissions and become a more environmentally sound business.
To download this report, click here.
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