INDIAN WELLS, Calif. — With both regional and federal cap-and-trade regulations looming, Safeway has found its membership in the Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX) to be good way to get ready, said Cathy Ikeuchi, manager of energy operations for Safeway. Ikeuchi explained Safeway’s strategy yesterday at a morning session here at the Food Marketing Institute’s Energy & Technical Services Conference. As a member of the exchange, “we measured our baseline of carbon emissions,” she said. “You ...

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