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Energy Giants Go Public on Carbon Pollution Pricing Strategies

Energy Giants Go Public on Carbon Pollution Pricing Strategies

Some of the biggest public companies in the United States, including Wal-MartWalt Disney Co.Microsoft, have adopted carbon pollution pricing strategies.

CDP (formerly the Carbon Disclosure Project noticed the carbon pricing trend through the 2013 CDP filings from companies listed in the S&P 500, as well as similar data from global companies. At least 30 businesses are setting an internal price ranging from $6 to $60 per metric ton on their carbon pollution.

via Wal-Mart, Disney, Microsoft hedge bets on carbon pricing | Green Biz

 



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