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Amazon, Ikea and other big companies commit to zero-emission shipping by 2040

Amazon, Ikea and other big companies commit to zero-emission shipping by 2040

Organized by the nonprofit Aspen Institute, the initiative also counts Unilever, Michelin and Patagonia among its signatories.
Britain, Norway and the United States announce a plan to protect tropical forests
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Britain, Norway and the United States announce a plan to protect tropical forests

The effort seeks to rally more than $1 billion for countries that can show they are lowering emissions by protecting tropical forests.

60 global businesses announce commitment to ESG reporting at Davos
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60 global businesses announce commitment to ESG reporting at Davos

At Davos, the companies committed to publish information on 21 environmental, social, and governance metrics, from greenhouse gas emissions to diversity to taxes paid.
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Paul Polman: Adults need to listen to children

If adults hope to make serious progress on the climate change crisis by 2030, they should aim for carbon neutrality.

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This company has become the 1st to put its climate goals to shareholder vote

Multinational conglomerate Unilever said Monday it would be the first major company to put its ambitious climate change goals before a shareholder vote.
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Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, and Nestlé lead the '10 worst plastic polluters'

Break Free From Plastic says multinational corporations are pumping out so many single-use plastics that harmful plastic production could double by 2030 and possibly triple by 2050.
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Unilever to remove oil-based ingredients from cleaning products

Unilever to remove oil-based ingredients from cleaning products

As part of its plan to lower its footprint, Unilever is removing petrochemicals from its home cleaning products.
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