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What Does It Take to Meet a Science-Based GHG Target?

More than ever before, market-leading companies are setting ambitious targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHG). Before sustainability goals were well-defined, companies tended to set GHG reduction targets based on public relations and internal approval processes. For many companies this resulted in short-term targets that were relatively easy to achieve. Following the historic Pari
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