Carbon Credits, Copenhagen and UK IT

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Peter Judge, Editor of eWEEK plus 3 guest speakers

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The UN climate change conference is meeting in Copenhagen in December to thrash out a successor to the Kyoto protocol which will force all organisations to reduce their environmental footprint. Meanwhile, the UK government's carbon credit scheme, the Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC), coming into force in 2010, is in the vanguard of efforts round the world to make organisations account for the greenhouse gas emissions they are responsible for. Carbon credits will introduce a new kind of accounting into businesses, and new definitions of costs into business planning. Companies in the UK will be among the first to make the transition to a world where there is a bottom line for carbon emissions. Will the scheme work though, and what does your organisation have to do to comply with it? Join our interactive web seminar to pose your questions, listen, and find out.

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