Fast Food chains to serve up Science Based Targets after global investor pressure

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Fast Food chains to serve up Science Based Targets after global investor pressure

McDonald's, Burger King, KFC, and Pizza Hut have more work to do on supply chain emissions and water usage, report warns

A three-year global investor engagement campaign focused on some of the world's largest fast food giants has resulted in several of the world's biggest brands setting global greenhouse gas reduction targets...

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