KPMG said it has set a goal of reducing its member firms' carbon emissions by 25 percent between 2007 and 2010 as part of a "global green initiative."

"Climate change is now widely regarded as one of the most serious challenges the world faces," said KPMG International chairman Timothy Flynn (pictured) in a statement. "It has reached a tipping point in global awareness and demands a global response."

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