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How can US business lead the net-zero transition in this decisive decade?

Hundreds of large US-based companies have set science-based net-zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction targets. Image: Freepik.

Laura Corb

Senior Partner, McKinsey & Company

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Exhibit 1: Eleven value pools net-zero
Exhibit 1: Eleven high potential value pools could be worth more than $12 trillion of yearly revenues by 2030 as the net-zero transition advances. Image: McKinsey & Company

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