Fidelity brings forward own net-zero goals by a decade to 2030

Pedro Gonçalves
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Fidelity International is accelerating its commitment to reduce company-wide operational carbon emissions to net zero to 2030, 10 years ahead of its previous goal of 2040. Fidelity's path to net zero will prioritise the avoidance and reduction of emissions through operational improvements in the energy efficiency of its offices, responsible business travel and the use of renewable energy. Paras Anand, chief investment officer, Asia Pacific and sponsor of Fidelity's Corporate Sustainability Committee, said: "When we first set our net-zero target in 2020, our goal was to deliver real an...

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