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STOCKHOLM - Global fashion retailer H&M has entered into two projects aimed at reducing the carbon footprint of the transport of goods along its supply chain.

The Swedish company, which aims to be climate positive by 2040, has joined the Pathways Coalition, with Scania, E.ON and Siemens, and is to collaborate with shipping company Maersk on its innovative carbon neutral shipping scheme.

The Pathways Coalition aims to achieve fossil-free commercial heavy transport by 2050, while Maersk's ECO Delivery venture works towards the decarbonisation of ocean shipping.

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