WWF leading corporate giants to epic carbon cuts

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Companies including Coca-Cola and IBM cut CO2 output by 100 million tonnes since advent of WWF programme in 1999

Around 30 of the world's largest companies have saved more than double the annual CO2 output of Switzerland through WWF's corporate carbon cutting scheme since it began in 1999. A review of the campaign...

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