Listed companies to burn through remaining 1.5C carbon budget in 3.5 years, MSCI warns

Cecilia Keating
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Latest analysis of climate commitments from mid- and large-cap firms notes corporate greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise despite surge in new climate targets

Listed companies are on track to burn through their allocated carbon budget consistent with capping global temperature increases at 1.5C in less than three and a half years, new research has warned...

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