COP26 | UK businesses given 2023 deadline to show plans for net zero

UK businesses given 2023 deadline to show plans for net zero

2023 is the date many big UK businesses and financial institutions will need to know, with the Treasury planning to impose climate change rules on them as the Government gears up for a low-carbon future.

In just over a year, most large firms will have to show detailed public plans for how they will move to a low-carbon future – in line with the UK's 2050 net-zero target, according to BBC reports.

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