The ‘Net-Zero’ trend | Moral Money

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  • Financial Times published this video item, entitled “The ‘Net-Zero’ trend | Moral Money” – below is their description.

    Over the past few years, ‘net-zero’ pledges have been made globally, committing organizations to produce no more greenhouse gases than they are emitting. Setting net-zero targets have become a key tool to fight climate change and stakeholders are looking to companies to set theirs

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