CDP: Global firms saved $19bn from cutting supply chain CO2 in 2018

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More than 100 firms saved $19bn from cutting supply chain emissions in 2018
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More than 100 firms saved $19bn from cutting supply chain emissions in 2018

Environmental disclosure NGO finds 115 companies together achieved CO2 cuts greater than the emissions of South Korea last year

More than 100 of the world's biggest companies together cut 633 million metric tonnes of carbon emissions from their supply chains in 2018, leading to collective cost savings upwards of $19bn, data released...

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