Nike cuts carbon footprint

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Greenhouse gas emissions down as company says it will no longer offset carbon

Footwear manufacturer Nike reduced the emissions of its supply chain by four per cent in 2009 compared to 2008 levels, according to the firm's corporate social responsibility report released yesterday....

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