Carbon cutting could save US corporates $780bn over 10 years

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Report by WWF and Carbon Disclosure Project says three per cent annual reductions in emissions would also put corporate sector on track to meet 2°C goal

US businesses could save $780bn (£500bn) over the next 10 years by taking immediate action to reduce emissions by an average of three per cent a year. Analysis by WWF and the Carbon Disclosure Project...

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