Total responsibility, partial control: the food company's climate conundrum
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Total responsibility, partial control: the food company’s climate conundrum

By Ben Cooper 01 Oct 2021 (Last Updated October 19th, 2021 22:09)

Food companies have to take responsibility for greenhouse gas emissions throughout the value chain and product lifecycle, which predominantly means effecting change in areas outside their direct control.

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