Xerox has joined the long list of major companies commiting to a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions. The company has committed to a 10% drop in emissions from 2002 levels, a feat that will require a 30% improvement in efficiency. CEO Anne M. Mulcahy put it succinctly: “it is the right thing for Xerox to do”. (From businesswire press release)
Xerox Joins in Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions
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