More than two-thirds of Low Carbon Pledge signatories targeting net-zero before 2030

New figures show 68 per cent of Ireland’s largest businesses are well progressed to meet science-based targets by 2024

9th June, 2021
More than two-thirds of Low Carbon Pledge signatories targeting net-zero before 2030
Figures published today in the The PwC Low Carbon Pledge Report 2021 indicated that the vast majority of signatories factor climate change into company strategy. Picture: Justin Mac Innes

More than four in ten Irish signatories of a low carbon pledge have set a net-zero ambition, according to a new report.

According to figures published in the The PwC Low Carbon Pledge Report 2021, some 42 per cent of 62 Irish signatories of the Business in the Community Ireland’s (BITCI) Low Carbon Pledge aspire to net-zero emissions before 2030.

Additionally, more than two-thirds (68 per cent) of Ireland’s largest businesses are well progressed to setting science-based...

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