Mobile industry signals climate action ambitions

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 The mobile phone industry is developing a climate change strategy
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The mobile phone industry is developing a climate change strategy

Mobile phone operators aim to produce a plan by 2020 to reduce emissions in line with the targets of the Paris Agreement

More than 50 of the world's biggest mobile phone operators have agreed to disclose their climate change impacts to investors, as part of the first phase of an industry-wide push to slash greenhouse has...

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