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Destination Zero: the state of corporate climate action

Destination Zero: the state of corporate climate action

The South Pole 2023/2024 Net Zero Report

Hot off the press

We've surveyed 1,400 businesses across 12 countries and 14 sectors to produce 2024's definitive report on the corporate landscape and progress towards net zero.

Building on the previous three research reports, we dig deep into some of the biggest trends in corporate sustainability right now:

  • Why and which sectors are greenhushing the most?
  • How on track are climate conscious companies in reaching big climate targets?
  • What is holding them back and what solutions are they turning towards to move from ambition to action?
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Hot off the press

We've surveyed 1,400 businesses across 12 countries and 14 sectors to produce 2024's definitive report on the corporate landscape and progress towards net zero.

Building on the previous three research reports, we dig deep into some of the biggest trends in corporate sustainability right now:

  • Why and which sectors are greenhushing the most?
  • How on track are climate conscious companies in reaching big climate targets?
  • What is holding them back and what solutions are they turning towards to move from ambition to action?
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A note from our CEO

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Now, more than ever, we must embrace the ethos of continuous improvement. In the midst of the climate crisis, we must work together to create and implement the new blueprints for action across industries, technologies, geographies and ecosystems. All companies across every sector must pick up the pace, turning net zero ambition into tangible climate action.

John Davis, Interim CEO at South Pole

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South Pole’s Net Zero Report 2023/2024
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South Pole’s Net Zero Report 2023/2024
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