Glimmer of hope as corporate A-list head for sustainable path
One of the most comprehensive efforts to measure corporate sustainability suggests that a group of leading firms are 31% of the way to cutting their carbon dioxide emissions enough to give the world a chance of avoiding warming of no more than 2C. That is, if they hit current targets.
“We need emissions to peak by 2020 and to be net zero by mid-century,” said Marcus Norton, chief partnerships officer and general counsel at CDP, the carbon disclosure organisation, in London. “It’s a challenge, but it’s really encouraging that companies are rising to that challenge.”
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