Royal Mail, Tesla, Next, and Rio Tinto among hundreds of companies urged by investors to set science-based climate goals

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More than 1,800 companies have been asked to set science-based climate targets thanks to a major new push from 137 global investors

More than 130 investors holding nearly $20tr in assets have joined forces today to call on many of the world's most high-emitting companies to set science-based climate targets. Tesla, Gazprom, Rio...

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