Targets and long-term emission reduction strategies are a critical driver of corporate action on climate change. Governments should therefore strengthen their Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) and long-term strategies as soon as possible." Here's an insight into policy summary listing recommendations for policymakers.
Global environmental non-profit CDP announces the 88 global cities that continue to lead on environmental action and transparency during 2020, despite the pressures of tackling COVID-19. Despite the coronavirus pandemic, 34% of cities are new to this year’s A List.
Industry commitments to net zero deforestation in the Consumer Goods sector are unlikely to be met, unless commodity producers in the supply chain rapidly improve their management of deforestation risks and opportunities, according to CDP’s new Investor Research report “Zeroing-in on Deforestation”
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