Majority of UK's biggest firms lack net zero strategies, report finds

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EcoAct has been analysing the environmental sustainability disclosure of FTSE 100 firms for the past 10 years
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EcoAct has been analysing the environmental sustainability disclosure of FTSE 100 firms for the past 10 years

Analysis of FTSE 100 companies finds just 16 per cent have realistic decarbonisation strategies in place, yet 45 per cent are targeting net zero emissions

Fewer than one-in-six of the biggest companes on the London Stock Exchange have a realistic strategy to achieve net zero emissions by 2050, despite 45 per cent having committed to the target. That...

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