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This report is a summary of and a response to that rapidly changing picture. It takes account of recent events, including the failed international initiative at Copenhagen in 2009
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June 4, 2011 - PRLog -- has added this latest report "Corporate Carbon Strategies" to their extensive collection of market research reports. This report is a summary of and a response to that rapidly changing picture. It takes account of recent events, including the failed international initiative at Copenhagen in 2009: and it proposes a framework and approach for businesses seeking to get this issue right, without tying themselves down with open-ended spending obligations.


Climate change is now central to many national and international political and legislative agendas: businesses must take this into account in planning strategically.

Consumer response to climate change is far less homogenous than believed: in addition to being inconsistent and ill-informed, there is a distinct consumer segment that actively resists business “over-reaction” in this area, penalising those businesses believed to be adding cost unnecessarily through csr programmes.

Business solutions need to take account of the fact that their CO2 emissions are the result of complex interactions between inter-locking areas in business: change needs to be considered holistically (to ensure that improvement in one area is not wiped out by worse performance in another).

Table of Contents :

Corporate social responsibility: key themes
Mapping the energy landscape: the climate change challenge
Options for combatting climate change
Global drivers to change
National policy instruments
The role of carbon trading
Consumer drivers
A framework for strategic compliance
Operational approaches to compliance
CO2 emissions reduction: case studies
The role of marketing
Conclusion and recommendations
Preface and key themes
The climate change challenge
Climate change as political fact
Emissions impact
Human intervention
Factors undermining the Kaya identity
The effect of prosperity on CO2 intensity
The relationship between energy intensity and prosperity
The impact of recession on CO2 emissions

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