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This is the Carbon Trust podcast: looking at the latest in corporate sustainability, clean energy and green finance. Established in 2001, the Carbon Trust works with businesses, governments and institutions around the world, helping them contribute to – and benefit from – a more sustainable future through carbon reduction, resource efficient strategies, and commercialising low carbon businesses, systems and technologies.

This is the Carbon Trust podcast: looking at the latest in corporate sustainability, clean energy and green finance. Established in 2001, the Carbon Trust works with businesses, governments and institutions around the world, helping them contribute to – and benefit from – a more sustainable future through carbon reduction, resource efficient strategies, and commercialising low carbon businesses, systems and technologies.
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This is the Carbon Trust podcast: looking at the latest in corporate sustainability, clean energy and green finance. Established in 2001, the Carbon Trust works with businesses, governments and institutions around the world, helping them contribute to – and benefit from – a more sustainable future through carbon reduction, resource efficient strategies, and commercialising low carbon businesses, systems and technologies.

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1: Learning from leaders: lessons from the frontline of corporate climate action

10/1/2018
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For companies working to lower their carbon emissions, the journey is not without obstacles. But in overcoming the challenges, businesses say their enterprises have become more resilient, more competitive and better positioned for long-term growth. We talk to senior leaders from seven companies — BT, Danone, HSBC, Microsoft, Tetra Pak, thyssenkrupp and Verizon — to find out what they have learned along the way. Words: Sarah Murray Voice: Kathryn Wilder

Duration:00:31:57