'Dramatic ambition gap': No major G7 stock index aligned with Paris Agreement climate goals

Michael Holder
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SBTi analysis finds indexes lagging behind on short and long term science-aligned climate targets | Credit: iStock
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SBTi analysis finds indexes lagging behind on short and long term science-aligned climate targets | Credit: iStock

Companies in the leading stock indexes of the G7 economies are on average planning for almost 3C of warming, despite growing numbers of net zero emission pledges

Every one of the G7's leading stock indexes are aligned with climate pathways that shoot far beyond the temperature limits of the Paris Agreement, with more than half on a "dangerous" trajectory for 3C...

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