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Aviva insurance goes carbon-neutral


The world's fifth largest insurer, and largest insurer in the UK, Aviva, has decided to go carbon neutral worldwide.  By the end of March 2007 they even plan to have offset the 110,000 tonnes of carbon they emitted in 2006.  All their UK energy is sourced from renewable sources, and they're moving into tree planting and wind turbines.  [GT]

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December 28, 2006 in Carbon Neutral Living, Green News, Money & finance | Permalink


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