Sunday, 18 March 2007

Majority think 'carbon footprint' must be cut

More people than ever before now believe there is an urgent need to minimise use of the phrase 'carbon footprint'. Use of the phrase, particularly in industrialised nations, is believed by scientists to have altered the chemical composition of the atmosphere through a build up of gases. A poll published today shows that a majority of the public is willing to offset the effects of the phrase by taking long-haul flights to anywhere at all as soon as possible.

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