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Sustainable Business · 4:05 PM UTCWhat’s the plan? Corporate polluters lag on setting climate goals
Scientists say the world needs to cut greenhouse gas emissions by at least 45% by 2030 to have any hope of meeting Paris Agreement targets for the middle of the century and averting catastrophic warming.