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The Path to Net-Zero

Net zero and carbon neutral commitments are on the rise as companies, financial institutions, and countries pledge to cut emissions as much as possible and offset the rest. But progress to date has been worryingly slow.

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There’s no single action that will lead us to carbon neutrality. But there is a single source of essential sustainability intelligence providing unparalleled data and insight to accelerate your journey.


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Cultivate a deeper understanding of global events and market dynamics from all angles with Markets in Motion from S&P Global. Our weekly newsletter features macro and micro perspectives of the issues driving markets and the global economy, shaped by the news and insights produced across S&P Global's peerless research teams.

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July 1, 2021
Big Oil’s Path to Net Zero

Facing an apparent existential crisis, the world's largest oil companies have recently felt the force of climate activism in boardrooms and courtrooms. As such investor pressure escalates, oil majors will next need to solve the riddle between net-zero and net profits.

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Environment and Sustainability

S&P Global Platts

Sustainability is an increasing concern in the commodities industry – from carbon emissions trading to the development of renewables and stricter rules on areas such as mining, plastics and sulfur in oil products.


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