2012 will long be remembered in Australia as the year of the carbon tax.*
With the introduction of Government carbon pricing policy, the spotlight is now firmly placed on how private and public sectors monitor and manage carbon outputs.
Whether it’s a basic recording of fuel consumption across a fleet of cars, or a complex carbon tracking system deployed across a range of operations, the way companies manage their carbon footprint is varied and diverse.
Over the years we have witnessed changes to attitudes towards the environmental impact of business.
More organisations are becoming proactive in their corporate social responsibility, enacting policies and procedures to ensure that they coexist with their environment rather than become the cause of problems.