German supermarket achieves 53% cut in greenhouse emissions in only six years

Aldi, one of the most common supermarket chains in Europe, has cut its carbon footprint by 53 percent since 2012 in its UK stores. The achievement was spurred largely by installing solar, buying green energy and undertaking energy management upgrades. Aldi’s efforts show that once a company or organization puts its mind to it, significant emissions cuts can quickly be achieved.

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