There is concern in the global business community that simply reaching net zero targets is not enough to address the threat of climate change.
Unilever has called on the Australian government to do more to address climate change. Setting out a raft of measures the company is taking to reduce their own emissions, the company behind beauty, personal and home care and food and drinks brands such as Rexona, Dove and Ben & Jerry’s, set a bold goal of
BP Australia have set an ambitious energy target, pledging to become a net zero company within 30 years. The company, who have also committed to more transparency, have stated their annual global greenhouse gas emissions at 55 million tonnes of CO2 equivalent (MteCO2e) and the oil and gas carbon as 360 MteCO2e. Among the measures
Nestlé has announced its ambition to achieve zero net greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. It embraces the most ambitious aim of the Paris Agreement, to limit global temperature rise to 1.5°C. Ahead of the U.N. Secretary-General’s Climate Action Summit this month, Nestlé will sign the ‘Business Ambition for 1.5°C’ pledge. With this announcement Nestlé is