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Net Zero 2030 — B Corp Climate Collective

Aug 29, 2020

In December 2019, 500+ B Corps announced that they would reach net zero emissions by 2030 — 20 years ahead of the Paris Agreement deadline. The B Corp Climate Collective outlines a pathway (see below) for all B Corps to reach net zero and offers resources for every step.

  1. Declare a Climate Emergency
  2. Accelerate Carbon Reduction 
  3. Develop a Net Zero Plan 

Along with reaching net zero emissions in each B Corp, this coalition also seeks to leverage the collective voice of businesses to advocate for better net zero policy worldwide.

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Pledge

Resources for pledging a Net Zero target

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Plan

Resources for making a Net Zero business plan

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Proceed

Resources for taking immediate action toward achieving Net Zero

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Publish

Resources for reporting your progress

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Partner

Resources for partnering with other organisations and sectors to ensure a global, coordinated Net Zero future 

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