Companies risk missing out on a new, green, front line for competition if they do not embark rapidly on substantive change
By Nick Studer
By Simon Cooper
Leaders reduce emissions across their value chains, tackle root causes, and don’t offload high-carbon businesses
By Simon Glynn, Mike Pierce
By Sayli Chitre, Simran Singh, Derek Beraldi, Manueala Stefania Fulga
In Europe alone, a $4.5 trillion mismatch exists between the pool of money available for net-zero projects and corporations that are Paris-aligned
By James Davies
To keep emissions flat, sustainable aviation fuel needs to account for more than 15% of airlines’ fuel consumption
By Robbie Bourke, David Kaplan
Financing The Transition To A Net-Zero Future
Approximately $50 trillion in incremental investments is required by 2050 to transition the global economy to net-zero emissions. This report is co-authored with the World Economic Forum.
Europe's companies are reporting impressive progress on climate change but not yet nearly the progress required to hit the 1.5°C target of the Paris agreement.