Publication Running a Successful Business in the Low-carbon Economy: A practical guide

by Luke Robinson _______1st March 2010
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Executive Summary

By improving energy efficiency and using alternative low-carbon fuels, companies can make cost savings, manage risks, and take advantage of new market opportunities in the UK and internationally. Many businesses across a wide variety of sectors have discovered that taking a low-carbon approach is a wise response even in tough economic conditions.

The guide explains the why and the how of becoming low-carbon in a changing world. It is designed for small and medium-sized businesses in the UK. It provides practical advice about how to run a successful business in the emerging low-carbon economy.

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