BrewDog moves to make all its employees carbon negative

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Scottish brewer is to calculate the carbon footprint of its entire workforce and then doubly offset the emissions total

Craft beer powerhouse BrewDog has announced a new initiative to ensure all its employees are 'carbon negative', confirming it is to calculate and then double offset the carbon footprint of each individual...

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