AbitibiBowater pledges to offset IFRA Expo greenhouse emissions

Morris, Helen
July 2009
PrintWeek (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd);7/17/2009, p15
Trade Publication
The article reports on the pledge of newsprint manufacturer AbitibiBowater to provide carbon credits to offset the IFRA Expo greenhouse emissions in 2009. Through its own energy-saving initiatives, the company reportedly accumulated carbon credits and these credits are now held at the Chicago Climate Exchange. It is also reported that AbitibiBowater has reduced by 31% its own greenhouse emissions per metric tonne of paper.


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