Industrial giant Thyssenkrupp sets 2C Science-Based Target

Madeleine Cuff
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Credit: Thyssenkrupp

German industrial engineering and steel making conglomerate has promised to cut direct emissions by 30 per cent by 2030, as it aims for net zero by 2050

Thyssenkrupp, the German industrial conglomerate, has become the latest firm to have its climate goals approved by the Science-Based Targets Initiative, announcing late last week that its targets to cut...

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