Policy and Regulation

Companies failing to provide ‘detailed, quantified and financed’ net zero targets

The Transition Pathway Initiative Centre assessed more than 1,000 companies in the top-polluting industries, including the oil and gas sector, and found only 52 per cent have conducted climate scenario planning (Photo: Eddie Seal/Bloomberg)

Research shows top-polluting companies’ climate transition plans are light on both detail and credibility – but investors expect much more information on how net zero targets will be achieved

Research from the London School of Economics’ Grantham Research Institute shows that only one company in 20 discloses the specifics of ...

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