How will Procter & Gamble slash emissions by a quarter in just five years?

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P&G vice president of global sustainability Len Sauers talks to BusinessGreen about the company's bold new emissions pledge and its drive to source renewable power

How do you decarbonise one of the world's largest multinational firms? That is the challenge faced by Procter & Gamble (P&G) as it this month unveils a fresh wave of environmental targets which make it...

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