Count your carbon emissions


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It makes business sense for companies to measure their carbon emissions, report it, then reduce it.

IN the mid-2000s, retail giant Walmart started scrutinising the greenhouse gases emitted by the company’s activities. To its surprise, it discovered that its biggest source of emissions was not its truck fleet, but the refrigerants used in its chillers. Armed with that knowledge, it switched to climate-friendly refrigerants, thereby shrinking its carbon footprint.

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