A report on sustainability indicates that the vast majority of the world’s leading companies have made almost no attempt over the past five years to reduce their actions that contribute to global warming.
According to CNN, a report compiled by sustainability database “ESG Book” showed that only 22 percent of the world’s 500 largest companies are operating under the Paris Agreement, which aims to keep global warming at 1.5 degrees.
In the report, pollution from companies with a market value of more than $10 billion from the United Kingdom, the United States, China, India and the member states of the European Union was investigated.
The report stated that 45 percent of the companies concerned carried out their work in a way that increased global warming by 2.7 degrees Celsius, and stated that this “catastrophic global warming” could expose billions of people to dangerous temperatures.
The report also showed that corporate carbon emissions have not increased enough since 2018 in the UK, India and the European Union.
Fossil fuel investments also complicate the goal of reducing zero emissions
The fight against global warming must be accelerated
Daniel Clare, director of the ESG Book, said in a statement that he did not know how to prevent global warming if the performance of the global economy did not change. Use his statements.
Claire explained that the imposition of stricter laws to protect the environment, changing consumer habits and the development of renewable energy technology are some of the factors that can solve the current climate crisis.
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