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CNI partners with the Carbon Show

Carbon Neutral Investments (CNI) is sponsoring The Carbon Show 2011 - Haymarket Media Group’s flagship energy and environment exhibition and seminar programme ¬- which starts tomorrow at the Business Design Centre in London.

The Carbon Show is the UK’s flagship business exhibition dedicated to helping carbon professionals focus on clean, green growth, to learn about key climate change initiatives as well as doing environmentally responsible business in London –the carbon capital.

CNI co-Chairman, Tom Knifton, said: “Being headquartered in London we felt strongly about supporting The Carbon Show and promoting our capital as a centre of excellence for this fast growing industry. CNI is one of the world’s leading providers in the voluntary carbon offset market, and we find increasingly that a good environmental record is becoming vital for companies wanting to do business internationally. Events like the Carbon Show help educate businesses to do this responsibly and effectively.”

The Carbon Show 2011 is supported by leading Government representatives and industry experts such as Andrew Miller MP, Chair of the Science and Technology Select Committee; Lord Heseltine, Chairman of Haymarket Group; Yvo de Boer, Special Global Advisor, Climate Change and Sustainability, KPMG; and Laura Altinger, Environment, Housing and Land Management Division, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe; all of whom will be speaking at the show.

The Carbon Show runs from 20 to 21 October 2011 at the Business Design Centre and entry to the exhibition is free.
 

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