The World’s Most Successful Companies Aren’t Just Trying to Save the Planet

Op-Ed: Here’s how companies can strong-arm their suppliers into cutting carbon emissions

It’s no secret that many of our planet’s current problems are the result of humans dishing out huge piles of carbon dioxide (CO2), the main compound in fossil fuels, to the earth

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It’s no secret that many of our planet’s most pressing problems – from sea-level rise and extreme weather to extreme poverty and climate change – can be solved by taking responsibility for the planet’s health and future.

That’s why it’s so important that the world economy is powered by clean, renewable energy.

But the world’s most successful companies aren’t standing by, waiting to be rescued from their carbon addiction. They’re actively trying to make the world a better place to live.

The result is a new and lucrative business opportunity, and one that the world’s wealthiest companies are now desperately scrambling to exploit.

Companies such as Apple, Nike, Procter & Gamble and Starbucks are leading the charge by using their buying power to bring about serious change on the world’s most pressing environmental issues.

But while these multinational corporations may be using their economic power to advance a shared social cause, they’re not getting the whole story.

And they’re losing all credibility if they don’t admit it.

When it comes to tackling climate change, there are no easy answers.

To make progress, we need to make a number of hard choices, including cutting back on fossil fuels and moving to renewables.

But it’s not just about cutting back.

It’s about how we make choices.

One company that has long been taking on the role of champion of the environment is Procter & Gamble.

Its parent company, the P&G Corporation, is the world’s second-largest manufacturer and marketer of consumer packaged goods.

The company supplies food and personal care products across the globe. For example, Procter & Gamble owns Tampax and Johnson & Johnson’s Tyl

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