British Land targets 'stretching' science-based CO2 cuts across £10bn property portfolio

Michael Holder
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One of the UK's biggest property firms secures approval for science-based targets to more than halve CO2 across its portfolio and value chain by 2030

British Land, one of the UK's largest property companies, has secured approval for its climate targets from the Science-Based Targets initiative, committing the firm to more than halving greenhouse gas...

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