Sustainable Validation: Kyocera's climate targets receive expert backing

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Japanese firm becomes latest tech giant to secure approval from the Science Based Targets initiative

Japanese electronics and ceramics giant Kyocera has joined an elite group of businesses spearheading action on climate change, having become one of just 231 firms to have its emissions targets validated...

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