Pole Position: Nissan signs up to UN-backed Race to Zero

James Murray
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Pole Position: Nissan signs up to UN-backed Race to Zero

Company becomes first Japanese automaker to join high profile campaign, as it confirms plans for science-based emissions targets

Nissan yesterday announced it has joined the UN's Race to Zero campaign, providing a further boost to the auto giant's vehicle electrification and carbon neutrality goals. The company said the move...

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