Top companies commit to slashing emissions in breakthrough for mining and metals industry

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 Solar panels at Anglo American’s Los Bronces mine in Chile. Anglo American have committed to slashing their scope 3 emissions in addition to the commitments laid out in the open letter | Credit:Anglo American
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Solar panels at Anglo American’s Los Bronces mine in Chile. Anglo American have committed to slashing their scope 3 emissions in addition to the commitments laid out in the open letter | Credit:Anglo American

In an open letter, the CEOs of 28 leading mining and metals companies agree to achieve net zero for their Scope 1 and 2 emissions by 2050 at the latest

The International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM) yesterday announced that its 28 members have signed an open letter committing to achieve net zero operational emissions by 2050 at the latest. While...

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