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The dangers of piggybacking the Government’s environmental policy

Share23 Tweet +12 ShareShares 25This post is by Chris Sewell, Business Director at TrinityP3. Chris has a wide ranging knowledge of all areas of the advertising and procurement world and specializes in helping companies understand the environmental impact of their marketing spend. Six … Continue reading

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Can Cloud Computing reduce carbon pollution?

Share9 Tweet +1 Share2Shares 11TrinityP3’s Environmental Business Director and Sustainable Marketing Champion, Christopher Sewell, recently bought this report on Cloud computing to my attention. It answers the questions: “Does cloud computing have the potential to reduce companies’ carbon emissions?”

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Advertising’s role in mitigating climate change

Share Tweet +1 ShareShares 0 How many highly creative ads for planet saving ‘Green’ products do you see being pulled through the city on the back of a truck? Or giant billboards exhorting the benefits of saving electricity while being … Continue reading

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Greening the internet by the Americans?

Share Tweet +1 ShareShares 0What are these green painted bike paths doing in the middle of Manhattan? Was the land of consumption really starting to care about the state of the planet? We had arranged to see a number of … Continue reading

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