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September 8, 2022

G7 companies’ commitments fall short of climate targets, says report

Call for G7 companies to redouble their efforts as joint Oliver Wyman and CDP study finds emissions are still far too high to achieve the Paris Agreement goal.

An insufficient number of G7 companies are signing up to ambitious decarbonising targets, with the result that on average, across the group, corporate emissions currently translate to 2.7C of global warming. The figure – nearly double the 2015 Paris Agreement target – is the finding of a joint report by non-profit disclosures system CDP and management consultancy firm Oliver Wyman.  

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