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In a bold move, SBTi delists major companies for not meeting climate goals. As the world demands action, mere intentions fall short. Who's truly committed to the climate cause?
Europe's leading companies, from Amazon to Unilever, rally under CLG Europe's vision, advocating for a 90% GHG cut by 2040. Explore their commitment to a sustainable, brighter tomorrow.
In a groundbreaking move, Heineken UK has announced a £25 million sustainability investment into its Manchester brewery. This initiative is not just a significant financial commitment but also a testament to Heineken's dedication to environmental responsibility. Heineken's Sustainability Commitments: Heineken's sustainability journey is driven by specific, ambitious goals: * A commitment
Delving into the life sciences sector's journey to net-zero, this article unpacks McKinsey's insights on major decarbonization levers. Discover how raw materials and packaging play pivotal roles and the strategies to mitigate their environmental impact.
LEGO commits to net-zero emissions by 2050, underlining its dedication with a $1.4 billion sustainability investment. This includes a carbon-neutral U.S. toy factory, showcasing the brand's holistic approach to combatting climate change.