Consumers and Investors Urge Kroger to Act on HFCs - EIA US
Over 63% of Kroger’s direct climate-damaging emissions are HFCs, highly potent greenhouse gases used in its refrigeration. HFCs have enormous global warming power and are accelerating the climate crisis.
Despite the significant contribution of HFCs on Kroger’s climate impacts, the company has not set a target to end its use of these potent refrigerants. That’s why EIA is partnering with Green America and other organizations to push Kroger to phase out HFCs from all its stores by 2030 (sign our joint action here).
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