Reducing your footprint

March 2010
Management Services;Spring2010, Vol. 54 Issue 1, p31
Academic Journal
The article explains the ability of the Carbon Action Standard launched by Centre for Assessment Ltd. (CFA) based in Warrington, England to improve business performance. Enhanced image, reputation and stakeholder confidence is one of the cited benefits of the standard. Plans with targets to reduce carbon emissions are needed in order for organisations to be accredited against the standard. A certificate and quality logo ideal for marketing purposes are earned by successfully assessed organisations.


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