Energy efficiency top issue among CEOs

CAMBRIDGE, MA: Analysis from Weber Shandwick's Planet 2050, the firm's CSR practice area, shows that between 2003 and 2007, corporate responsibility mentions in CEO letters to shareholders increased 18%. Energy efficiency and carbon emissions were the top two issues discussed in letters from Global 100 CEOs. Rounding out the top five were corporate philanthropy, renewable and alternative energy use or production, and environmentally-friendly products.

CAMBRIDGE, MA: Analysis from Weber Shandwick's Planet 2050, the firm's CSR practice area, shows that between 2003 and 2007, corporate responsibility mentions in CEO letters to shareholders increased 18%. Energy efficiency and carbon emissions were the top two issues discussed in letters from Global 100 CEOs. Rounding out the top five were corporate philanthropy, renewable and alternative energy use or production, and environmentally-friendly products.

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