SBTi and Mission Possible Partnership to align net zero pathways for high emitting sectors

Michael Holder
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The Hybrit pilot green steel hydrogen plant in Sweden | Credit: SSAB
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The Hybrit pilot green steel hydrogen plant in Sweden | Credit: SSAB

Science Based Targets initiative teams up with Mission Possible Partnership to standardise net zero pathways for high carbon industries

The Science-Based Targets initiative (SBTi) has teamed up with scores of businesses and climate experts from the Missions Possible Partnership (MPP) in a bid to develop a "simplified roadmap" for decarbonising...

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