Unilever, Netflix, and Volvo join 600 firms urging G20 to end fossil fuel support

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Scores of firms are demanding more ambitious climate action ahead of G20 and COP26 summits
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Scores of firms are demanding more ambitious climate action ahead of G20 and COP26 summits

Companies around the world call on G20 leaders to ramp up climate commitments in 'most ambitious' call for policy action yet from businesses

Over 600 global businesses, including high profile brands such as Unilever, Netflix, and Volvo Cars, have today signed an open letter urging world leaders to strengthen short and long term climate targets,...

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