Cargill will reduce CO2 emissions by 15 percent in two years

Commodity trader Cargill plans to slash 15 percent of the CO2 emissions from its shipping division ahead of 2020. But one major question remains open on the path to this goal, reports Reuters.

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One of the world's largest commodity traders, Cargill, has announced its environmental ambitions. And the goal is to reduce CO2 emissions from its huge fleet of time-chartered vessels by 15 percent in 2020, reports Reuters.

For the overall company, Cargill aims for a 10 percent reduction by 2025.

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