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HEKINAN thermal power plant in Japan
The Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero Asia Pacific (GFANZ APAC) network has launched a study to model the cost of retiring Japan’s coal plants early, which comes as the country’s government looks to review its energy plans this year.
Cate Harris, group head of sustainability, Lendlease.
The real estate giant’s head of sustainability Cate Harris tells Eco-Business why it is in its business interest to open up about its Scope 3 emissions and advocate for suppliers who are decarbonising hard-to-abate building materials.
By shifting the meaning of “energy intensity”, China has reduced its overall ambition and made the 2025 carbon-intensity goal harder to achieve.
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A steel manufacturing plants in Indonesia
The transition towards sustainable practices in heavy industries such as steel and cement production is a challenging task. It is called one of the ‘hard to abate’ sectors for this reason.
wind farm Orsted
It's time for companies to earn some climate credibility with genuine net-zero emissions targets that align with science. The planet and corporate survival depends on it, writes Ørsted CEO Mads Nipper.
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