BIG COMPANIES COMMIT TO SLASH EMISSIONS AHEAD OF UN CLIMATE SUMMIT

Almost 90 big companies in sectors from food to cement to telecommunications are pledging to slash their greenhouse gas emissions in a new campaign to steer multi-nationals towards a low-carbon future, organisers said on Sunday.

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