31 Oct 2007
Advice on climate awareness for business.
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Climate change is emerging as the issue of the 21st century. While governments struggle to come to terms with it, businesses are taking action.
CarbonSense has become a first port of call for businesses that want to develop a creditable climate change response or strategy.
They offer support to all kinds of businesses, with all kinds of needs. They help businesses that are just starting to explore the area of climate change, and are in need of clear accessible information and some guidance on how best to approach the challenge.
They also offer key specialist services to businesses with more advanced needs that may have held strategies for some time.
Their organisation stands apart from others in its field. Why? Because they say that they ‘don’t dazzle our clients with management speak, blind them with science, or bore them with turgid presentations. We communicate on a level that all can relate to. We keep it informative interesting, and at times visual and creative ñ but we never lose site of the bottom line ñ or the complexities and pressures of the corporate agenda.’
Before a business can implement a successful climate change strategy, it will often need to gain support from key internal members of staff in their organisation. They say they ‘focus strongly on engaging people.’ Amongst their services, CarbonSense provides a variety of unique on-site staff engagement programmes to help generate enthusiasm and secure internal commitment.
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