CINCINNATI — The Kroger Co. reduced its carbon footprint by approximately 2% in 2011 compared to its 2010 level, generating slightly over 6.4 million metric tons of carbon dioxide-equivalent, according to the retailer’s sixth annual sustainability report released this week. “We publicly report our carbon footprint to the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP),” Kroger said in the report, adding that the organization records “scope 1” carbon measurements ...

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