GlaxoSmithKline could save £100m in 2020 by becoming carbon neutral

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Pharmaceutical giant has laid out a guide to help the company reach its goal of a carbon neutral value chain by 2050.

GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) laid out a road map last week aimed at guiding the company towards its goal of a carbon neutral value chain by 2050. This follows the GSK’s recognition in its 2010 Corporate Responsibility Report that it’s an ambitious target, and that it doesn’t know exactly how it will meet this objective, or its other newly-set 2015 and 2020 goals.

But, what GSK knows is that meeting these targets will save the company as much as £100 million (US $160 million) a year by 2020 in reduced energy, materials and distribution costs.

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