Friday, December 1, 2006

Word of the Year

The New Oxford American Dictionary's Word of the Year is 'Carbon Neutral'. It's about

Being carbon neutral involves calculating your total climate-damaging carbon emissions, reducing them where possible, and then balancing your remaining emissions, often by purchasing a carbon offset: paying to plant new trees or investing in “green” technologies such as solar and wind power.


Is your company 'carbon neutral'?

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