'Clean technology is just better technology': Netflix calls on suppliers and viewers to embrace net zero transition

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'Clean technology is just better technology': Netflix calls on suppliers and viewers to embrace net zero transition

Streaming giant reveals shows focused on environmental issues are finding a growing and highly engaged audience

Global streaming giant Netflix has revealed how it is stepping up efforts to tackle emissions across its entire value chain from the production companies that produce its shows to the viewers who watch...

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