Goldman Sachs commits to net zero financed emissions by 2050

Cecilia Keating
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US investment bank joins Citigroup, Bank of America, Morgan Stanley, and JP Morgan Chase in pledging to slash emissions from its financing activities over the coming decades

Goldman Sachs has joined the ranks of major US investment banks committing to align their financing activities with net zero emissions by mid-century and pledging to measure and disclose its progress towards...

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