Arup eyes net zero by 2030 as it unveils science-based climate targets

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The UK firm has pledged to drive down greenhouse gas emissions, buy offsets and apply a carbon levy of $40 per tonne to flights taken by employees

Arup has pledged to reach net zero emissions across its entire operations by 2030, as it yesterday announced a set of new climate goals it said had been validated by the Science-Based Targets initiative...

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