goes "wild" on environmental reporting
the BBC published its third annual environment report adopting a
magazine-style format using a wildlife theme to help illustrate
personalities have given their views on environmental concerns and
stories of environmental projects from around the BBC are included.
BBC launched "swapshop", an online message board for staff
to exchange unwanted office items, carried out a "desk de-clutter
day" as part of World Environment Day and piloted a car-sharing
scheme in Cardiff.
the 2003 Environment Report, Greg Dyke, BBC Director-General,
said: "This report is an important example of the BBC's commitment
to clear and direct reporting of our wider impact on society.
made improvements to the way we collect and report performance indicators
which demonstrates, for example, substantial improvements in waste
recycling and in understanding our supply chains."
remains on using hard data to demonstrate the BBC's performance
in the key areas of waste, energy, transport, supply chain, buildings
improvements have been made over the last 12 months with a three
per cent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions (as carbon dioxide)
per hour of broadcasting.
of the BBC's waste is now recycled, up from 17% in 2002.
of the BBC's fleet now runs on green fuels (Liquid Petroleum Gas).
report is available online - www.bbc.co.uk/info/environment