Multinational retailer Carrefour is involved in a global initiative to reduce CO2 emissions.
The aim of the initiative is to keep global warming below 2°C and French group has set its own target of reducing emissions in its stores by 40 per cent between now and 2025.
Carrefour has already reduced its emissions by 30 per cent in its stores in Europe.
The retailer said that along with its suppliers, employees and customers will be fully focused on helping ensure the success of the 21st World Climate Conference (COP21) which will be held in Paris later this year.
Carrefour is also involved in initiatives to combat energy and food wastage and has donated the equivalent of 88 million meals to food charities throughout the world.
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