Consultancy giants announce ambitious new net zero goals

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EY confirms it is aiming to reach net zero emissions by 2025, as KPMG unveils target to do the same by 2030

Two of the world's biggest professional services firms have this week announced ambitious goals to slash greenhouse gas emissions and secure net zero status within the next decade. Boasting combined...

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