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FTSE giants fail to disclose their carbon footprint

Monday 14 Dec 20 12:00pm

 

BP, GLENCORE and Rolls-Royce are among eight FTSE 100 companies who have refused to comply with investor demands to disclose their carbon dioxide emissions, as the UK government prepares to compel firms to report their climate impact.


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