Pharmaceutical giant Takeda sets science-based net zero goal for 2040

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Takeda's headquarters in Tokyo | Credit: Lombroso
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Takeda's headquarters in Tokyo | Credit: Lombroso

Japanese firm secures approval from Science Based Targets initiative to eradicate emissions from its core business by 2040

Japanese pharmaceutical giant Takeda has become the latest global corporate to secure independent approval for its 1.5C climate action strategy from the Science Based Targets Initiative (SBTI), as it yesterday...

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