Future of the Environment

Leaders need hard data to make the hard decisions about sustainability

Companies are making the commitment to be powered by 100% renewable energy. Image: REUTERS/Euan Rocha

Debra Walton

Chief Customer Proposition Officer, Refinitiv

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