Carbon accounting: Why corporates are increasingly turning to internal carbon pricing

Cecilia Keating
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Fresh findings from CDP reveal nearly half the world's largest businesses have internal carbon fees, but warn prices fall short of preparing companies for ever-tightening emissions regulations

Internal carbon pricing at companies has been on the ascent for some time now, with major multinationals such as Microsoft, Orsted, Danone, and Mahindra Group touting the tool as a critical element in...

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