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Title:The Business of Carbon
Author(s):Jackson, Eric
Subject(s):carbon markets
Abstract:Companies and other organizations are increasingly coming to understand that paying attention to their carbon footprint is just good business. Stakeholders are making decisions in part based on good resource stewardship, and that includes carbon emissions as well as energy use. Reducing energy use through a combination of energy efficiency and demand response improves the enterprise bottom line and reduces the carbon footprint. Eric Jackson is a Senior Carbon Expert at the new Environmental Change Institute at the University of Illinois. He is also Owner & CEO at CP (Carbonless Promise) Holdings, a leading Greenhouse Gas Management Services company in Minneapolis. Jackson has been a Manager and Senior Executive of various other companies for over 25 years; he has been involved in international commodity trading, logistics and supply chain management, commodity risk management, and Bios & Abstracts renewable energy. He graduated from the University of Illinois with a bachelors’ degree in Agricultural Economics.
Issue Date:2009-10-28
Series/Report:2009 Greenhouse Gas and Sustainability Symposium
Genre:Conference Paper / Presentation
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Language:English
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/107136
Date Available in IDEALS:2020-05-15


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