Corporate Minds on Climate ActionWe Mean Business Coalition, Conservation International
A new report by Conservation International and We Mean Business Coalition reveals that business leaders want to deploy every tool available to progress climate targets this decade and beyond.
The vast majority of business leaders (92%) see long-term decarbonization as a priority and say the responsible use of carbon credits is important to reducing emissions (89%), according to a new survey released by Conservation International and We Mean Business Coalition.
The report, Corporate Minds on Climate Action: The current thinking, the key challenges, and the will to find a way forward, gathered opinions on corporate climate action from business managers engaged in sustainability from over 500 global organizations in the United States, United Kingdom, and Europe.
It reveals that businesses recognize the urgency to reduce atmospheric emissions, with nearly all respondents (92%) stating that reducing carbon emissions is an urgent priority for their organizations. A large majority (79%) also agree that science-based targets are critical for keeping companies on track, and all (100%) respondents have or are already working towards climate targets.