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Toyota asks main suppliers to cut CO2 emissions by 3% this year

Move expected to affect nearly 30,000 companies over long term

Toyota Motor is working to cut carbon dioxide emissions throughout its supply chain. (Source photo by Kyodo) 

TOKYO -- Toyota Motor has asked its main auto parts suppliers to reduce their carbon dioxide emissions by 3% in 2021 versus last year, Nikkei learned Wednesday.

The Japanese automaker plans to accelerate its decarbonization efforts by setting numerical targets. Toyota's drive to decarbonize its supply chain could spur other industries to set more detailed goals and speed up their own programs to tackle climate change. Honda Motor told its main suppliers Wednesday that an emissions reduction target will be issued by the fall.

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