Multinationals threaten to axe firms that fail to cut carbon

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Research reveals 40 per cent of large companies are taking action to cut indirect emissions and will choose suppliers accordingly

While almost all multinational companies are now addressing their own greenhouse gas emissions, two in every five are also taking steps to reduce the carbon output of their supply chain, according to a...

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