Science-based nature targets: Five early insights from companies pioneering the process

Michael Holder
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Science Based Targets Network is aiming to have its validation process up and running in 2024 for companies to set a suite of targets tackle their environmental impacts

Several thousand top companies have set targets to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions through the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi), widely considered the 'gold standard' for corporate climate...

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