greenhouse gases

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Published By: IBM US Smarter Buildings     Published Date: Jan 10, 2012
For most corporations and federal agencies, buildings are the biggest emitter of greenhouse gases and represent the best opportunity to cost-effectively reduce environmental impact and achieve sustainability. Investments in green building strategies consistently result in significant benefits for organizations today.
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ibm, smarter buildings, environment, energy, go green, green building
    
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Published By: E.ON     Published Date: Oct 25, 2018
Demand for electric vehicles as the backbone of corporate transport systems is growing. Here is why companies need to act now.
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electric cars, corporate transport, mobile workers, traveling workers, pollution, greenhouse gases, travel savings, business technology
    
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Published By: Netviewer     Published Date: Jul 10, 2009
Business travel is coming under closer scrutiny: In Germany alone, companies spend approximately 50 billion euros on business travel every year. To partially offset this expense, many companies are replacing business trips with online meetings. With this technology, customers and partners are able to communicate with images and audio over the Internet, while special presentation functions reinforce the personal aspects of a meeting. Software licenses, Webcams, and headsets are worth the investments. Companies that use Web meetings discover new methods of collaboration and reduce their own output of greenhouse gases.
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netviewer, vdr, german travel management, online meetings, roi, business travel, greener, webcams
    
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