PARIS — The Consumer Goods Forum here Monday announced two climate change initiatives, one aimed at ending deforestation, and the other focused on phasing out the use of refrigerant gases with high global-warming potential. The forum, which comprises 400 CPG global manufacturers and retailers, pledged to mobilize its collective resources to help achieve, by 2020, zero net deforestation, which currently accounts for 17% of greenhouse gases. The consumer goods industry, through its growing ...

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