CSX Sets Emissions Intensity Reduction Goal

July 2012
Industrial Environment;Jul2012, p7
Trade Publication
The article reports on the plan of CSX Corp. for the reduction of the their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions intensity by 2020 by six to eight percent over 2011 levels as part of the effort to shrink the environmental footprint of freight transportation in the U.S. Its previous goal of GHG emissions reduction was achieved a year ahead of its 2011 deadline, as GHG emissions intensity was decreased by eight percent by 2010 over 2006 levels.


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