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TOKYO – Japanese manufacturer Teijin has strengthened its 2030 carbon emissions target and will now work to reduce 30 per cent of CO2 in its supply chain – up from 20 per cent – by the end of the decade. 

The target relates to the firm’s Scope 1 and 2 targets specifically, while Teijin hopes to eliminate 15 per cent of the Scope 3 emissions that stem from supply chain activities such as material sourcing and transport, amongst other things.  

The Tokyo-based business has previously come out in support of calls for more ambitious environmental targets across Japan.  

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