Only two of the world's ten largest mining companies are currently aligned with limiting climate change to 2°C.
That's according to new research from the Transition Pathway Initiative (TPI), which notes the 10 biggest mining firms have a market capitalisation of more than $350 billion (£279.85bn) and directly and indirectly contribute to annual carbon emissions in excess of 1.5 billion tonnes.
It highlights Freeport and Grupo Mexico have such a low emissions intensity that they are already aligned with the 2050 benchmarks, including 'Below 2C.
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