Tesco Considers Dropping Carbon Footprinting Labels from Products

January 30, 2012 by  
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The supermarket is 'reviewing options' about its use of Carbon Trust carbon labeling following a disappointing take-up of carbon labelling by other retailers.

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Carbon Trust’s ‘Empower’ Tool to Boost Employees’ Green Engagement

January 5, 2012 by  
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Free tool boosts employee awareness of potential energy savings.

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Carbon Trust Sets Sights on Rapid US Expansion

March 23, 2011 by  
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The government-backed green business advisory body is going global with plans for a new California office.

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Carbon Trust and Siemens Strike £550M Green Finance Deal

March 7, 2011 by  
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New energy saving finance package promises to emulate government’s Green Deal scheme.

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Carbon Footprinting: The Next Step to Reducing Your Emissions

June 17, 2010 by  
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This guide from The Carbon Trust clearly explains how to manage and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by understanding what emissions are caused by a business’s activities or products.

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Do Potato Chips Have a Larger Carbon Footprint Than Cement?

April 10, 2010 by  
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A recent report from the Carbon Trust notes that there are ” more carbon emissions from crisps (potato chips) than cement .” Although it may be a surprising bit of news at first, it conceals the greater issue of scale. Undoubtedly though, someone is certain to rail against potato chips and argue that we don’t need to worry about cement production when snack foods are the bigger problem. While the Carbon Trust’s statement is factually correct from one perspective, as the famous saying goes, there are ” Lies, damned lies, and statistics “, so let’s talk about numbers a bit.

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