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SKM commits to 30% cuts per capita in carbon

SKM commits to 30% cuts per capita in carbon emissions over three years

Walking the talk on sustainability, Sinclair Knight Merz Chief Executive Officer & Managing Director Paul Dougas made a significant announcement at the firm's recent Annual General Meeting in Kuala Lumpur, committing the company to a 30% reduction per capita in carbon emissions over the next three years.

It is understood that this target is significantly over and above the commitments made by many other private, public or governmental organisations of note.

Further details available here: http://www.skmconsulting.com/news/2007/SKM+Walks+Talk+On+Sustainability


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