Climate Week Urges Steely Resolve from All Players

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Staying resolute in the transition away from fossil fuels — rather than sputtering in the midst of overlapping global crises — has been the prevailing theme at Climate Week in New York. Corporations, including oil companies, have been urged to stand strong on their emissions targets and chase next steps, such as deeper strategies around climate disclosure and carbon offsetting. Persistence has also been urged from investors and developers of low-carbon technologies, especially to scale them up and slash costs. And governments have been implored to hold the line in phasing out fossil fuels, despite geopolitical turmoil, rampant inflation and the food crisis.

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