The Eco-Industrial Revolution Begins

September 1999
Financial Executive;Sep/Oct99, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p11
Academic Journal
This article reports on the economic possibilities opened by the Kyoto Climate Change Agreement. According to Matthew Kiernan of Innovest Strategic Value Advisors, companies that are proactively engaging eco-industries are creating a tremendous advantage for themselves. They warn companies to prepare for the possibility of a tax on carbon emissions.


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