Why Businesses Can’t View this as a Choice Anymore
Did you know that according to The United Nations Statistics Division, the levels of carbon dioxide and methane have increased by 40% and 150% respectively in the last 100 years?
When you really think about it, it should come as no surprise given the steady increase in the demand for fossil fuels, unenforced regulations or governance and lastly, the increasing rates of competition and globalization.
This brings us to why reducing the environmental footprint has returned to the spotlight – and rightfully so. With the environmental footprint being a very broad topic and with the celebration of Earth Day yesterday, it might be time to revisit the issue of air pollution.
Some Interesting Facts about Air Pollution
Let’s start by taking a look at some interesting facts:
- From an industry perspective, the top offenders are energy (80%), agriculture (14%), industrial processes (4%), and waste (~3%).
- From a geographic