ENDS Report , 21 July 2010

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From the Carbon & Energy Efficiency Blog

Chief executives must stick their heads above the carbon parapet
A survey by the UN Global Compact shows striking confidence that sustainability can be attained, but a shortage of action

Further reading: CRC deadline worries and energy bill app
Firms forecast to miss CRC registration deadline, British Gas mobile phone app, first carbon labelled polymer, low-carbon business funding and more


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  • WSP's personal carbon trading scheme gathers pace

    WSP’s personal carbon trading scheme has gone from strength to strength. Several London boroughs, Invensys Rail, Aviva Investors and Good Energy have all taken it on, as an integral part of their carbon cutting agenda. David Carr reports


The Carbon Show

Business Design Centre, London, 4 & 5 October 2010

Providing resources, products and strategies needed to excel in carbon-related business, the Carbon Show will cover the core themes of carbon management, CRC reporting and accounting, carbon offsets and credits, plus carbon markets and finance. Featuring over 100 exhibitors, speakers, a live stage, exclusive networking opportunities and plenary sessions, the Carbon Show will deliver the information and resources needed to help your organisation succeed in the new low-carbon economy. Go to thecarbonshow.com for details.

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Sustainable Flood Risk Management 2010, 5th October, Glasgow.

With the Flood Risk Management (Scotland) Act 2009 having been in its implementation phase for one year, the purpose of this event is to provide a forum for flood professionals to assess progress and address challenges for continual engagement across stakeholder organisations involved in FRM in Scotland. For full details and to book online please go to www.holyrood.com/flooding