By  on August 22, 2011

Gap Inc. Monday set a goal of reducing its greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S. by 20 percent over a seven-year period concluding in 2015, backing up the 20 percent cut achieved over five years ending in 2008.

In its fifth Social and Environmental Responsibility Report, issued biennially, the San Francisco-based apparel retailer cited progress on a number of environmental and human rights fronts, but left the firm with goals remaining to be accomplished, including several supply chain imperatives scheduled for completion this year, and issued a challenge to its competitors.

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