The company behind Tide and Bounty pledges net zero emissions by 2040

The maker of Tide detergent and Bounty paper towels told CNN it plans to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions across its operations and supply chain by 2040. The new targets are part of a climate transition action plan that P&G (PG) is detailing for the first time. The company says the aim is to cut emissions “from raw material to retailer.”The inclusion of P&G’s supply chain and logistics is critical because those emissions are about 10 times greater than the company’s own operations. Without that, the company wouldn’t really be making a dent in its carbon footprint. “Climate change isn’t something in the future. It’s here now,” Jack

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