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Reducing GHG Emissions

Lower GHG emission goals lead to reduced energy use, costs

Through 2014, Caterpillar has reduced GHG emissions intensity from our facilities by 38 percent compared to our 2006 base year.

From 2013 to 2014, our absolute GHG emissions remained constant at 2.47 million metric tons.

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CAMPAIGN: Caterpillar's 2014 Sustainability Report

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Through 2014, Caterpillar has reduced GHG emissions intensity from our facilities by 38 percent compared to our 2006 base year. Multiple energy management projects have contributed to our success in reducing the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions of our facilities around the world. Working to achieve our goal of fewer GHG emissions usually leads to ways we can also reduce our energy use and associated costs, with multiple benefits to Caterpillar and the environment. 

Read examples of Caterpillar’s GHG reduction success here.

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CAMPAIGN: Caterpillar's 2014 Sustainability Report

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