The gas retailer is replicating a program it has in Europe, where customers can choose to pay an extra two cents per litre of gas to offset the carbon emissions they generate by driving. The program is intended to help the company meet its Paris Agreement targets of net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. (The Globe and Mail)
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