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Largest Corporates Failing to React to Prevent Dangerous Climate Change

9:16 AM MDT | August 26, 2009 | Alex Scott

A significant gap has opened up between greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions cuts promised by the corporate sector and what is required to avoid catastrophic climate change, according to ‘The Carbon Chasm,’ a study published by the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP; London). CDP is a not-for-profit group that encourages emissions reporting among companies, including many chemical firms.   The companies featured in the report are the 100 largest corporations at the end of calendar year 2008. Chemical producers included in the list of the largest 100...

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