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Consultancies volunteer for pro bono scheme

RSK, Mason Hardy, Tripos, ERM, Environ, BRE, Waterman and Z/Yen are among a group of companies that have joined a not-for-profit scheme coordinated by law firm Travers Smith that aims to provide volunteers to help developers of emission reduction and clean technology projects overcome the obstacles they face rather than simply buying carbon credits. Known as Leapfrog, the scheme will form part of the firms’ ‘pro bono’ or corporate social responsibility contributions, and the aim is to support projects both in the UK and overseas.

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