'Carbon is the new calorie': Logitech launches carbon labelling for computer kit

Cecilia Keating
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Logitech announces it is to work with a number of third parties to verify and validate carbon calculations, with the first wave of labels to feature on its gaming product range

Logitech has announced it intends to introduce carbon impact labelling across its entire product range, starting with its gaming products later this year. The Swiss technology conglomerate, which pledged...

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