PwC commits to becoming a net zero company by 2030

Its goal includes a science-based target aligned with a 1.5°C trajectory, committing to reducing its total greenhouse gas emissions by 50% in absolute terms by 2030

PwC has made a commitment to decarbonise its operations and supply chain and become a net zero company by 2030.

The professional services network of firms will embed the implications of climate change and other environmental, social and governance (ESG) related factors across the work it does with its clients, from strategy to implementation.

It will also reduce its travel footprint and neutralise its remaining climate impact by investing in carbon removal projects, along with engaging with suppliers to tackle their climate impact.

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