Italy calls on large companies to report through CDP

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Government "formally requests" 100 large companies and major cities to disclose their emissions and mitigation plans

The Italian government is set to ask the country's 100 largest companies and city authorities to disclose their climate change impacts and mitigation strategies. The Ministry for the Environment will...

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