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From remanufacturing to recycling: how manufacturing can raise the bar on global climate goals

In the US, manufacturing accounts for almost a quarter (23%) of direct carbon emissions Image: REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

Martin Lundstedt

CEO and President, Volvo Group

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The circular economy – and ensuring environmental practices across all parts of the business – is the foundation of sustainable manufacturing
The circular economy – and ensuring environmental practices across all parts of the business – is the foundation of sustainable manufacturing Image: Volvo

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