BP fires up carbon offset scheme with green gas and clean cookstoves

BusinessGreen staff
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New additions to oil giant's 'Target Neutral' offsetting scheme are expected to offset 2.5 million tonnes of CO2 every year

Oil giant BP has linked up with biogas and cookstove schemes in India, China, Peru and Mexico in a bid to curb the environmental impact of its operations. The firm announced yesterday an expansion to...

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