BT reveals it has slashed emissions by a quarter

James Murray
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Annual sustainability report confirms emissions from global business fell 25.5 per cent last year, putting company comfortably on track to meet 2020 goal

BT yesterday published its latest annual sustainability report, detailing how it cut emissions from its global business 25.5 per cent and delivered financial savings totalling £25m. The company's comprehensive...

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