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Diary: PWC does its bit in the global warming battle

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With the Copenhagen conference looming, one question looks more urgent than ever: how can people in wealthy countries be made to understand the consequences of their lifestyles? Happily for eco-warriors, a solution has arrived from the most unlikely of sources: PricewaterhouseCoopers. The firm’s latest report on “the future of work” contains a hard-hitting piece of futurology. It’s 2020 when the real trouble starts: the year when “global warming changes…

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