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The top-five climate-change trends in business

Accenture‘s research says it’s these:

  1. Using technologies to improve energy efficiencies (53%)
2. Measuring and/ or reducing carbon footprint (39%)
3. Increasing use of renewable energy sources (32%)
4. Carbon offset strategy (29%)
5. Internal policy formation (28%)

It’s all a bit vague for our liking – lots of abstract nouns, such as “technology” and “strategy”.

Still – anything to get in the limelight for some of these companies.

1 Comment

  • Jamie
    Posted February 7, 2008 at 11:14 am

    I question the validity of this story appearing in ‘green’ bang. The amount of energy required to produce that quantity of hydrogen – be it via electrolysis or steam reforming – is so vast that there are no market-ready technologies that could possibly claim to do it in a low carbon manner. You should at the very least point out that this being a ‘clean’ form of aviation is contingent on myriad other technologies (mainly nano-solar PV and biogas capture of methane if steam-forming is to be used) coming on the market. Not to mention the fact that in 25 years it’s doubtful there will be enough fossil fuels for us to indulge in such activities.

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