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Sony leads charge against climate change

Sony and other big multinationals today committed themselves to drastically reducing their carbon footprint and urged other businesses to join the fight against global warming.

Sony, which set itself a target of reducing emissions by 7% by 2010 from 2000 levels, has already cut annual emissions by 9%, Sony's chairman and chief executive officer, Sir Howard Stringer said.

"We believe it is impossible for business to flourish in a degraded environment," he added. "We are committed to using our technological ability and know-how to reduce our impact on the planet, and to help our customers reduce their impact at home."

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