Corporate environmental news round-up 57

Procter & Gamble halves its CO2 emissions; ABN-AMRO signs €25m green financing deal; Tesco issues "zero-carbon" pledge; JPMorgan acquires Ecosecurities.

Procter & Gamble halves CO2 emissions

Global consumer goods manufacturer Procter & Gamble has approximately halved carbon emissions, energy usage, waste disposal and water consumption since 2002, according to its latest sustainability report. The report covers the period from mid-2008 to mid-2009. Since 2007, the company has sold US$13.1bn (€8.94bn) worth of products with a significantly reduced environment impact, it says. See P&G sustainability pages

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