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On this edition, Marc Karell, founder and principal of Climate Change & Environmental Services, discusses some purely business reasons for companies to "go green." Mr. Karell discusses strategies ranging from energy efficiency to the development and branding of green products to corporate responsibility. Copyright © 2011 LexisNexis, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. Visit LexisNexis Environmental Law and Climate Change Community.
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Read Marc Karell's article 9 Purely Business Reasons to "Green" Your Company.
Read Marc Karell's latest blog post on the LexisNexis Environmental Law and Climate Change Communtiy, Will the Federal GHG Tailoring Rule Extend To Cap and Trade?