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Demystifying the data involved in tracking Net Zero

Demystifying the data involved in tracking Net Zero

The focus on emissions and climate change is reaching new heights at the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow as more and more corporations and governments commit to “net zero by 2050”. Net zero involves reaching an equilibrium state where the amount of carbon emissions produced are offset by the emissions removed from the atmosphere. However, what does this mean from a data standpoint? Which metrics should we choose to track net zero? This article aims to provide a clearer picture on the key metrics used to measure net zero targets.

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