'Alarming': Why are the world's most carbon intensive companies flunking net zero tests?

Cecilia Keating
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'Alarming': Why are the world's most carbon intensive companies flunking net zero tests?

Climate Action 100+ investor group pledges to step up its engagement activity during this year's proxy season in a bid to encourage firms to beef up their currently inadequate climate strategies

Net zero goals are increasingly common at large, carbon-intensive companies, but these same corporates have largely failed to follow up their long-term climate targets with measures that can drive near-term...

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