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Emissions cut vow by NHS leaders

2nd September 2009

NHS organisations are being urged to make a commitment to cut their carbon emissions by at least 10% by next year.

The 10:10 campaign is seeking pledges to cut emissions from organisations across the public sector. Ten NHS organisations, including acute, mental health and primary care trusts, have already signed up, along with local authorities, schools and universities. Organisers, which includes the Campaign for Greener Healthcare, hope that an early demonstration of support could influence the climate change talks in Copenhagen in December.

 

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Article Information

Title: Emissions cut vow by NHS leaders
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 12538
Date Added: 2nd Sep 2009

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