The world’s largest companies play an essential role in delivering immediate, impactful climate action.
Since 2019 Climate Impact Partners has conducted annual research into the climate commitments and actions of Fortune Global 500 companies. This year's report is titled Commitment Issues, and explores the ever-increasing need for companies to turn their climate plans into action.
Hear insights from the study from our expert team in an exclusive webinar on Tuesday 26th September. 8:00 am PDT | 11:00 am EDT | 4:00 pm BST | 5:00 pm CEST
Join us to explore:
- Whether climate commitments are translating to climate action
- The power of the CSO – how does putting sustainability in the boardroom impact climate commitments and emissions?
- Easy as 1, 2, 3 – how are Fortune Global 500 companies measuring and tackling Scope 3 emissions?
And to discuss what all of this means to you and your company.
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