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Companies making progress in cutting direct greenhouse gases - report
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23 June 2020
On 23 June 2020 The Irish Times reported:
Irish companies who have pledged to halve their carbon footprint are following through on their promise, new figures suggest. More than 50 Irish companies, including ABP Foods, AIB, Cairn Homes, DePuy Synthes, Diageo, Dublin Bus, ESB, Gas Networks Ireland, Irish Water, SSE, Sodexo and Tesco signed the Business in the Community Ireland/PwC pledge in 2015 to cut direct greenhouse gases by 2030.
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