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Published on Monday, 04 January 2016

Supply chains key to cutting carbon emissions

Written by Brett Mathews

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WASHINGTON - Apparel brands need to start focusing on their supply chains rather than their corporate offices and retail spaces in order to cut carbon emissions according to Linda Greer, director with the US-based National Resource Defence Council (NRDC). Greer was talking in the wake of the recent COP 21 climate negotiations in Paris where many businesses made serious carbon reduction commitments.


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