SAP reports global emissions fall nine per cent

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SAP reports global emissions fall nine per cent

German software giant fell last year as investment in renewable power continued

German software giant SAP reduced its overall carbon footprint by nine per cent last year, the company has said. The multinational's worldwide CO2 emissions were reduced from 500 to 455 kilo tonnes...

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