Survey: Employees frustrated by corporate inaction on climate change

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Major poll finds that beyond the Blue Chip community carbon targets are rare - and employees aren't overly impressed

The vast majority of UK businesses have failed to set carbon emissions targets, while significant numbers are yet to deploy even the most basic sustainability measures. That is the sobering conclusion...

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