Tetra Pak to reconsider climate targets in wake of IPCC report

Madeleine Cuff
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Billions of Tetra Pak's packaging products are sold around the world every year | Credit: Incisive Business Media
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Billions of Tetra Pak's packaging products are sold around the world every year | Credit: Incisive Business Media

EXCLUSIVE: World's largest packaging company will 'look again' at boosting its climate goals to meet 1.5C target

Tetra Pak has become one of the first global brands to reveal it is to reconsider its climate targets in the wake of the IPCC's landmark report this week on the emissions reductions needed to limit global...

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