Dell's Carbon Neutral Claim
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They argued that, to assess its carbon footprint, Dell had defined its own metrics that included only emissions from company-owned vehicles, operational electricity use, and employee business travel; and excluded emissions from its suppliers of parts, pollution created during the shipping of its products, and the electricity consumed in the usage of the products.
» Definition, scope, measurement, and disclosure of carbon footprint/carbon neutral status.
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