Minimizing a Company's Carbon Footprint is discussed on "Information Matrix", hosted by Laurence Fishburne

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A new segment discusses the trend to be earth-smart at work.

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This segment will be an eye-opener to executives and employees alike, and the guests will explain the impact of making even small changes at the individual and corporate levels.

Respected actor and philanthropist Lawrence Fishburne hosts “Information Matrix”; a television series that discusses topics that impact viewers and appeals to those looking for intelligent viewing options. An upcoming episode explores how companies can reduce their carbon footprint and encourage employees to do the same.

A carbon footprint refers to the total carbon dioxide emissions caused by an event, individual, product or organization. This estimate doesn't represent an exact measurement. Instead, it's the result of a sophisticated evaluation process that looks at the natural processes that store and release carbon dioxide.

Whether the effort made is at the individual or corporate level, there are many ways to reduce the impact of related factors. To begin with, a company should evaluate its total carbon consumption. This provides a basis to measure progress against. A good place to start is to do an energy makeover at the office. Upgrading lighting and heating options can result in a smaller carbon footprint and small utility bill.

Companies can ask employees to turn off and unplug equipment that's not currently in use. Even dietary options for employees can yield potentially better environmental results. There are many other ways to contribute to the solution.

This segment will be an eye-opener to executives and employees alike, and the guests will explain the impact of making even small changes at the individual and corporate levels.

For anyone who has a job and cares about the planet, this episode of "Information Matrix" is a must-see.

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