L'Oreal, Electrolux among firms to win approval for Science-Based Targets

Madeleine Cuff
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 L'Oreal is one of the latest global corporates to set emissions targets in line with two degrees
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L'Oreal is one of the latest global corporates to set emissions targets in line with two degrees

More than 100 global firms have now set emissions targets in line with two-degree pathway

Electrolux, L'Oreal and Mahindra Sanyo Special Steel have become the latest corporations to pledge emissions cuts in line with international agreements to limit global warming to less than 2C. The three...

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