Corporate Europe is showing why combating global warming may be less costly than ignoring it.
Janet Kersnar, CFO Magazine
February 1, 2007
Here is a presentation on Global Warming, that makes some interesting viewing: http://www.global-cool.com/assets/SHslides/pages/002GC-PPT.htm
Posted by Ajith Sankar | February 22, 2007 01:51 am
This editorial presupposes that global warming can and should be addressed, by organizations, throwing money at the 'problem'. As a business magazine I resent being off-handedly presented a political position as fact by CFO. To the point of the article, the "first-mover advantage" would allow an organization to be the first to pour money down the rat-hole! This is definitely a Euro position and, as usual, not necessarily a good business decision.
Posted by Rod Scott | February 08, 2007 10:50 am
While emissions trading is a positive step, we need to have changes at the system level, to bring about a sustainable society. Refer to this article written by Frank Dixon (Former Director of Research at Innovest Venture Partners), which speaks about System Change, Wal-Mart, Global Warming and other challenges that the world of business is facing nowadays. The link is: http://www.globalsystemchange.com/GSC/Articles_files/SSI%201-7.pdf
Posted by Ajith Sankar | February 02, 2007 04:32 am© CFO Publishing Corporation 2009. All rights reserved.