In a round-table discussion several executives talked about their strategies for a low-carbon future and their approaches to energy use. Mike Kelly, head of corporate social responsibility, KPMG Europe, said they have challenged their very bright employees to change their business model. Until the airlines can build aeroplanes that don't emit any carbon dioxide, they need to help the company find alternatives. Martin Blake, head of sustainability, Royal Mail, said at any given time Royal Mail has 35,000 vehicles on the road and we do two million miles a night. They see hydrogen fuel cell technology as the way forward for transport, whereas hybrid vehicles are probably a transition technology. Caroline Stockwell, senior associate, safety, health and environment, DLA Piper, said they are a global law firm with 64 offices in 25 countries. Every time they establish an office they introduce ISO14001-style procedures.
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