Study Links Carbon Management with Shareholder Value

September 9th, 2008 |
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A recent Verizon Business and IR Magazine study shows that 87 percent of investor relations professionals believe that companies can improve long-term shareholder value through better carbon management, and that communications technologies can help achieve overall corporate social responsibility goals. The study looked at the drivers – governmental, regulatory, stakeholder and financial – that are pushing environmental concerns to the top of the investor relations agenda. Jill Taylor, manager of conferencing and collaboration services for Verizon Business, discusses key findings of the survey, and how communications technology solutions can positively impact carbon reduction initiatives.

A Verizon Business Webinar discussing corporate social responsibility, carbon reduction initiatives and collaborative technologies is available here.

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