From pipe dream to imperative: Companies must act on carbon offsetting plans now for a better future

Deep Dive into ESG - net zero

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Susana Coutinho of MainStreet Partners

Susana Coutinho of MainStreet Partners

It is 2050. Increasingly extreme weather events plague the earth; large masses of land have been rendered inhospitable; millions of people are displaced from their homes every year; and each time you step outside you are required to wear a mask due to a visible deterioration in air quality.

This is not some dystopian future envisioned by a sci-fi author with an over-active imagination. This is the reality facing humankind if global warming continues to rampage unchecked. It is documented...

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