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BENGALURU – Indian ecommerce company Flipkart has outlined a target of reaching net zero carbon emissions across its supply chain by 2040.

The firm, which sells clothing, electronics and groceries on its platform, will also look to negate its in-house CO2 production by 2030, and says increasing energy efficiency at its corporate office, supply chain facilities, and powering its energy requirements through renewable sources will help achieve this.

Kalyan Krishnamurthy, the Flipkart Group’s chief executive, commented: “We are proud to announce our commitment to net zero emissions by 2040. This commitment is a significant undertaking in our journey towards building a sustainable business, and we want to play our part in adopting a proactive approach to create shared value across the ecosystem.”

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