More NewsBig Four firms call for emissions targets

Big Four firms call for emissions targets

PwC and KPMG join some 150 global businesses in Prince of Wales' bid to push the UN to create legally binding emissions targets

Major accountancy firms have signed up to the Prince of Wales’ call for the
UN to deliver legally binding emissions targets. PricewaterhouseCoopers and KPMG
joined 150 global businesses in backing the Prince of Wales’ efforts to persuade
the UN to deliver legally binding emissions targets.

The group, known as Corporate Leaders Groups on Climate Change, looked to
increase pressure on diplomats ahead of the UN’s climate change conference in
Bali this week.

For more on Bali go to
www.unfccc.int or
www.balicommunique.com

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