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Economist calls for an end to "business as usual" on climate change

Madison, Wis. - What would business people rather see - a shrinkage of one percent in the global GDP, or perhaps 5 to 14 percent?

That was the question posed in Madison during a briefing on global climate change, and the difference in the two scenarios are linked to the cost of taking action to stabilize greenhouse gas emissions......

Full article >>> rn Review has called for global concentrations to stabilize at 550 parts per billion, which it said will require a reduction of 60 to 80 percent in emissions in developed countries through a series of government policies - taxes, emissions-trading programs, and regulation - and private-sector initiatives.

The call to action could marginally shrink global economic growth, but it also will ......

Full article >>> t organizations of all types still have the capacity to reduce their ecological footprint.

Edgewood has introduced into its MBA curriculum the four-part Natural Step process, which was developed in Sweden as way to reduce energy use, avoid the use of chemicals that don't break down in the natural environment, and institute other......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 02/23/07


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