Most of world’s biggest private companies failing to set net zero targets: report




A report by Net Zero Tracker released this Earth Day shows that most of the world’s biggest private companies have failed to set net zero targets. Only 40 of 100 private firms studied have pledged to achieve zero carbon emissions, compared to 70 out of 100 publicly-listed firms. Net Zero Tracker blames a lack of market and reputational pressures, as well as an absence of regulation. Plus, electric car giant Tesla slashes prices across several markets as its sales decline.

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