BP: going green with targetneutral

October 2006
MarketWatch: Automotive;Oct2006, Vol. 5 Issue 10, p4
Market Research Report
The article presents information about targetneutral, a carbon dioxide emission reduction scheme introduced by British Petroleum Co. PLC in Great Britain. Automobile drivers will be able to calculate their annual carbon dioxide vehicle emissions by visiting targetneutral's Web site and make financial contributions towards carbon reduction projects.


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