Sobeys, Stellarton, Nova Scotia, and Kudrinko’s, Westport, Ontario, are as different as retailers can be, the former being a national chain and the latter comprising one store. Yet, besides both hailing from Canada, they have something very important in common: They both track their carbon footprint — the amount of carbon dioxide equivalents they are emitting into the atmosphere through electricity and other fuel consumption as well as refrigerant leaks — and they both ...

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