H&K "Sustainability Manifesto" Pledges 20% Carbon Reduction
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H&K "Sustainability Manifesto" Pledges 20% Carbon Reduction

Hill & Knowlton has launched a “Sustainability Manifesto” that commits the firm to a 20 percent reduction in carbon emissions by 2010. The manifesto pulls together best practice and leanings from around the firm’s global network.

Paul Holmes

NEW YORK—Hill & Knowlton has launched a “Sustainability Manifesto” that commits the firm to a 20 percent reduction in carbon emissions by 2010. The manifesto pulls together best practice and leanings from around the firm’s global network, together with the latest external standards on sustainability and guidance from its parent company WPP.

 

Hill & Knowlton became carbon neutral in 2007 through an offsetting arrangement via WPP. The stated goal of its own Sustainability Manifesto is to reduce carbon emissions by adapting its energy efficiency, waste and transport policies. The Manifesto has been adopted by Hill & Knowlton’s largest offices, representing 77 percent of its workforce, following a successful trial phase in the

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