Oxford report: Industry net-zero targets ‘mostly meaningless’


The number of fossil fuel companies setting net-zero emissions targets has risen sharply over the past year, but most fail to address key concerns, making them “largely meaningless,” according to a report from the University of Oxford.

Most of the plans detail how companies will reduce emissions released during their production processes, but not how emissions that come from the use of their end products will be cut. Read the full story from Reuters.