BT takes aim at slashing 60 million tonnes of customers' CO2 by 2030

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BT is targeting net zero across its entire business and value chain by 2040 | Credit: BT
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BT is targeting net zero across its entire business and value chain by 2040 | Credit: BT

Technology and telecoms giant announces fresh climate goals as it accelerates efforts to achieve net zero value chain by 2040

BT has set out fresh targets to help its customers reduce their own carbon emissions by 60 million tonnes by 2030, in addition to building towards becoming a circular business by the same date, as the...

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