A recent Trust survey of more than 1,000 UK employees found that three quarters of them wanted to work for a business that is taking steps to reduce its carbon emissions."Employers can attract and retain the best staff by involving employees in energy-saving environmental policies," said the Carbon Trust's director of business delivery, Dr Garry Felgate."If a business is taking climate change seriously and is making real efforts to cut energy use and carbon emissions, it's important that it tells people what it is doing - whether in its annual report or on its website.

A recent Trust survey of more than 1,000 UK employees found that three quarters of them wanted to work for a business that is taking steps to reduce its carbon emissions.

“Employers can attract and retain the best staff by involving employees in energy-saving environmental policies,” said the Carbon Trust's director of business delivery, Dr Garry Felgate.

“If a business is taking climate change seriously and is making real efforts to cut energy use and carbon emissions, it's important that it tells people what it is doing – whether in its annual report or on its website. That way, potential employees and customers can see the difference the company is making.

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