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The New Business Climate: A Guide to Lower Carbon Emissions and Better Business Performance
by: Joel Swisher - Ph.D. - P.E.
1881071022 / 9781881071020

Book Description:
Own or manage a business? Then this is a book you need to read. Efforts your company makes now to reduce its global warming impacts can be rewarded immediately. Markets are now in place for trading carbon emissions and reducing atmospheric carbon. Improvements in energy efficiency can cut your operating costs and build your bottom line. And new business opportunities are multiplying rapidly for companies and institutions that get involved in renewable energy, fuel cells, energy efficient products, and climate-change remediation technologies such as methane recovery. Businesses can now learn all they need to know to become more profitable and efficient while reducing their global warming impacts from The New Business Climate: A Guide to Lower Carbon Emissions and Better Business Performance, published by Rocky Mountain Institute. This easy-to follow guide is designed to be useful to businesses of all sizes, and is equally handy to government and educational institutions. The New Business Climate was researched and written by RMI principal Joel Swisher, a recognized authority on energy and carbon emissions issues. The attractive 100-page guidebook is richly illustrated with photos, diagrams, and tables. Its layout makes it easy to use, and its most important recommendations are highlighted in easy-to-follow windows. Printed on New LeafTM Everest 100#, 100% PCW, PCF (cover) and New LeafTM Eco Offset 60#, 100% PCW, PCF (text). Printed with vegetable-based ink and bound with biodegradable glue (20% 35% paraffin wax, 30% 45% EVA copolymer, 35% 50% resin, less than .5% antioxidants).

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