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footprint-magazine.co.uk winter 2010 Business Footprint 3ContentsWelcome to Footprint Magazine. This is the latest development in the growth of Environmental Population, which is a not-for-profit enterprise dedicated to helping businesses understand and take advantage of, today's growing green agenda. We'll be publishing news and features that will help business managers develop stronger environmental policies and improve their corporate social responsibility. Our aim is simple: create an opportunity to share common goals, ensuring environmental topics create business opportunities and improve profitability. Footprint Magazine is a bi-monthly publication, distributed to senior managers and decision-makers, and those that influence the impact of environmental issues across the UK. It's also distributed electronically and is available online.This first issue carries a broad range of topics and one of the talking points among readers is bound to be the issue of food's carbon footprint, which we examine with two features specifically written for Footprint Magazine.I want to encourage everyone to submit their news and views via the magazine's website at www.footprint-magazine.co.ukBest wishesPublisher and Founder of Environmental PopulationEvents Diary 5Saving Energy in the workplace 7The world's first truly auible CSR management system 8Keeping waste paper visible 9The long distance pasty 10Greeing your business premises 12Hard work pays dividends 13Councils could move underground 15Food waste - Not just a load of rubbish 17It's not the waste you can see, it's the waste you can't see 18TRUCOST - taking the environment into account 19Linking up with linked in 20Solar PV - good for your pocket 21Eco-Kids 21No tree huggers! 22The feel good factor 26inside this issueHow can you contact us:Subscription and general enquiries: 01438 317 722 Email: editor@footprint-magazine.co.uk Web: www.footprint-magazine.co.ukPost: Footprint Magazine, Allan House, 243 Cleveland Way, Stevenage, HERTS SG1 6BXEditor: Sally Taylor Advertising Manager: Lisa Lawrence Thanks to all our advertisers and supportersOur Sponsors