Carbon finance is a term used to describe and explores the financial implications of living in a carbon-constrained world—a world in which emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases carry a price.
Chlorine-free – a product and in most case’s paper, paper labels, etc. made without the use of chlorine.
Clipping (garments) is a term used to describe waste generated from a saw-garment cutting room.
Collaborative consumption describes the shift in consumer values from ownership to access.
Command and control is a term used to describe a hierarchical decision support structure In which information flows up the chain and decisions flow down.
Commercial solid waste is originated in service establishments, retail, wholesale, such as stores, office buildings, theatres, hotels, warehouses and markets.
Conceptual design is a description of the first phase of a design where drawings are the primary focus, which comprises simple plans and sections.