This is where the smart money’s
solving the climate emergency.

We got into this climate mess together. And that’s how we’ll get out of it. Not by waiting for governments to legislate meaningful change, but by coming together and mobilising our collective power to drive faster, bolder action on climate change. By supporting the future-makers in business who commit to zero carbon by 2030 and limiting the average global temperature rise to a safe 1.5 degrees. For our children. For humanity’s future.

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How do we get to
zero-carbon by 2030?

The solution to humanity’s greatest challenge is not overwhelming. It’s simple. It
makes good business sense. And your actions matter. We’ve created the zero-carbon
2030 Project with three pillars to mobilise and amplify your power for positive change
as consumers, investors and business leaders.

The Commitments

We’re calling on all businesses, financial institutions, and investment managers to sign up to our Commitments, meet agreed interim targets across their value chains and achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2030.

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Carbon Ratings

We’re assessing and rating businesses on their action on climate change, so everyone can make informed decisions and companies can see how they’re performing against the competition.

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Campaigns

Getting our collective voices heard in boardrooms. Calling for carbon labelling on products and services. Lobbying and pressing for progress, ensuring companies and investment managers are obliged to listen and act.

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Latest carbon ratings.

Vodacom

CO2 grams/ $ revenue

42

C

Foxtel

CO2 grams/ $ revenue

82

B+

Waze

CO2 grams/ $ revenue

93

A+

Youtube

CO2 grams/ $ revenue

93

A+

Looker (Google)

CO2 grams/ $ revenue

93

A+

Google Cloud

CO2 grams/ $ revenue

93

A+

Doubleclick (Google)

CO2 grams/ $ revenue

93

A+

Nest (Google Nest)

CO2 grams/ $ revenue

93

A+

Campaign updates.

C

HP, Inc.

CO2 grams/ $ revenue

796

HP Inc. is an American multinational information technology company headquartered in Palo Alto, California. It develops personal computers, printers and related supplies, as well as 3D printing solutions.

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B-

Dell Technologies Inc.

CO2 grams/ $ revenue

172

Dell is an American multinational computer technology company that develops, sells, repairs, and supports computers, technology solutions and related products and services.

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D+

Acer, Inc.

CO2 grams/ $ revenue

22*

Acer is a Taiwanese multinational hardware and electronics company specializing in electronics technology. It is headquartered in New Taipei City, Taiwan.

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C

Vodafone Group Plc

CO2 grams/ $ revenue

42

Vodafone Group plc is a British multinational telecommunications company with its global headquarters in London, England. It predominantly operates services in the regions of Asia, Africa, Europe, and Oceania.

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New in climate News.

October 20, 2020

zero-carbon 2030 Carbon Rating finder Chrome release.

News

Today we’re releasing the beta version of the zero-carbon 2030 Carbon Rating finder on Google Chrome. It will allow you to pull down our Carbon Ratings directly into the search results on your laptop or desktop when using Google Chrome. Armed with this information you can vote with your wallet to support the brands and […]

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September 15, 2020

Carbon Ratings assigned to major automakers.

News

zero-carbon 2030 has initiated Carbon Ratings on nine major auto-manufacturers based in Europe, Japan, Korea, and the US. The Carbon Ratings assigned are in the D+ to C- range – at the lower end of our rating scale, indicating that there is significant work to be done broadly across the automotive sector to transition to […]

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August 27, 2020

Carbon Ratings assigned on payment and fintech companies.

News

zero-carbon 2030 has initiated Carbon Ratings on global payments technology companies Visa, Mastercard and Amex, as well as several ASX-listed fintech companies. Our Carbon Ratings will alert their consumers and investors that these companies need to take faster, bolder action on climate change. We hope to steer these companies on the path to sustainability.

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