The debate over climate change is one rattlesnake I don’t like to step in front of.
However, I feel compelled to quick step across this rattlesnake’s path after sitting in on the Corporate Climate Summit 2012, held recently in Miami, FL.
The summit is a dialogue and information exchange among companies about addressing climate protection and reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions generated from corporate value chain activities.
What I found surprising is that at the summit, attendees were offered bottled water and hard copies of handout materials.
Don’t both of these products produce GHG emissions during their production?
Just an observation.