Executives, consumers doubt most companies really going green

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Green businesses warned that they need to overcome considerable customer scepticism

Fortune 1000 executives and the general public believe just a fraction of businesses are embracing green practices, a new survey has found. Only 29 per cent of Fortune 1000 executives and 16 per cent...

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