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Keppel set to reduce carbon emission levels

It aims to improve its greenhouse gas intensity indicator by 16% from 2020

Published Tue, Jul 8, 2014 · 10:00 PM
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SINGAPORE conglomerate Keppel Corporation is set to improve its carbon emission levels as part of its sustainability plans.

The group has set a target of achieving 16 per cent improvement in its Green House Gases (GHG) intensity indicator from 2020 business-as-usual.

The reduction of these emission levels is in line with the Singapore government's pledge to reduce GHG by the same intensity, contingent on a legally binding global agreement.

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