'Exponential growth': Have corporate climate targets finally reached critical mass?

Cecilia Keating
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The influential Science-Based Targets initiative sets out how it will ensure corporate climate targets that have swept the global economy start bending down the emissions curve

2021 was the year corporate climate targets went mainstream, as firms rushed to prove their climate credentials in the run up to the COP26 Climate Summit. Over the course of 12 months, the number of companies...

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