KPMG: Aims to reduce its carbon footprint by 25% through environmental stewardship

By Bob Violino, Computerworld |  Data Center, environment

With Living Green, KPMG is focused on achieving measurable goals, such as a 25% reduction in carbon footprint, a 15% reduction in paper consumption and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification for all newly constructed buildings.

"We're pleased with our Living Green results," says Steve Clemente, KPMG's principal in charge of operations services. "Living Green is a major pillar of our corporate responsibility agenda, and we're committed to affecting change in our business operations to minimize the firm's environmental profile, educating our people on sustainable behaviors, and continuing to focus on environmental stewardship in the communities where we operate."


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