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Market weekly – Carbon neutrality is achievable by 2050 (podcast)

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Mark LEWIS
 

The EU’s new targets for emissions reductions are realistic and achievable and should lift the price of CO2, encouraging more emitters to switch to doing business in a more environmentally friendly way. In this podcast, chief sustainability strategist Mark Lewis discusses with senior investment strategist Daniel Morris the EU’s efforts to achieve net zero emissions by 2050, the implications for the carbon market and the workings of the emissions trading system.

This Market weekly is part of the BNP Paribas Asset Management podcast series on our investment views and strategies.

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