Net Zero Tracker: Listed companies must reduce carbon intensity 10 per cent a year meet Paris Agreement goals

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Net Zero Tracker: Listed companies must reduce carbon intensity 10 per cent a year meet Paris Agreement goals

New report from NMSCI calculates that world's biggest companies need to cut emissions intensity by 8-10 per cent each year through to 2050 to put them on a 1.5C trajectory

The world's listed companies must each reduce their carbon intensity by eight to 10 per cent every year until 2050 if the 1.5C target set out in the Paris Agreement is to be met, according to the latest...

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