Norway, UK, and Sweden top list of most 'net zero-ready' economies

Michael Holder
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KPMG Index indicates nations with legally-binding goals are better prepared for net zero, but warns they must be backed by robust strategies

Norway, the UK, and Sweden have topped a global list of countries deemed best prepared to build a net zero economy over the coming years, in a new set of rankings published today by consultancy giant KPMG....

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