Science-Based Targets for Nature: A guide to 'world first' corporate standards for freshwater and land

Michael Holder
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The City of London, viewed from Stave Hill | Credit: iStock
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The City of London, viewed from Stave Hill | Credit: iStock

The Science-Based Targets Network has launched its first set of guidance and tools for companies to set science-aligned targets for reducing their impacts on land and freshwater

This week could prove quietly significant for the corporate sustainability space. Yesterday morning, the Science-Based Targets Network (SBTN) unveiled its first set of targets and guidance for companies...

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