Count Us In: Major firms team up to rally 100 million staff to take 'personal climate actions'

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Count Us In aims to drive climate awareness among staff worldwide
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Count Us In aims to drive climate awareness among staff worldwide

PwC UK, BT Group, Landsec, Reckitt, EDF and IKEA among firms backing global campaign to encourage climate-friendly behaviours among staff

A host of major corporates including PwC UK, BT Group, Landsec, Reckitt, EDF and IKEA have teamed up to launch a campaign today to encourage 100 million employees globally to take "personal climate actions"...

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