Method's carbon reduction incentive for suppliers

Lowry, Adam
October 2009
Sustainable Industries;2009 B Corporation Annual Report, p31
The article discusses a new carbon reduction program developed by Method in collaboration with carbon offset provider NativeEnergy. The program allowed Method's suppliers to identify areas where they can prevent carbon emissions by partnering with Method to find efficiencies in product development and draw up emission reductions. It cites the program's realignment of Method's investment in climate change with its priorities which includes avoidance of emissions, use of renewable fuels and a traceable offsets for the remaining emissions.


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