The consensus on climate science is increasingly unequivocal -- global climate change is happening and man-made greenhouse gas emissions are a crucial factor. The implications of climate change for our planet are profound and wide-ranging, with expected impacts on biodiversity, water resources, public health and agriculture.
Regulations to help reduce carbon emissions as a cause of climate change already exist in some of our markets and others are emerging. We believe that, beyond regulatory compliance, business can play a powerful role to help drive climate solutions through innovation and competition.
Our response to climate change also reflects
The three principal activities of the
As an extension of our efforts, The
You can find more about what we are doing to reduce our carbon footprint in our Sustainability Reports and in our responses to the Carbon Disclosure Project. We also post our GHG inventory on the World Economic Forum's Global Greenhouse Gas Register.
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