KPMG Announces Initiative To Reduce Carbon Emissions

KPMG has announced a three tiered global approach to help address the challenges of climate change. The company is calling the plan its “Global Green Initiative.”

The plan calls for a 25% reduction of the company’s emissions by 2010. KPMG plans to provide its member firms’ employees with the information and tools that they need to improve their own climate impacts both in the workplace and at home. 

“KPMG’s Global Green Initiative is a global commitment by KPMG member firms on a very serious issue,” said Timothy Flynn, Chairman, KPMG International. “Climate change is now widely regarded as one of the most serious challenges the world faces. It has reached a tipping point in global awareness and demands a global response.”

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