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How JPMorgan Chase is pursuing a net-zero future

Global head of sustainability and energy of global real estate Alec Saltikoff explains to Transition Economist how the US bank is pursuing its target

Companies and organisations around the world are committing to net-zero targets as it becomes increasingly clear that intervention is needed to reverse climate change—and this includes banks as much as companies that are traditionally the focus of climate activists. The gap between commitments and existing arrangements may be vast for some organisations, and this is requiring significant changes from many boards. Innovative technology is being increasingly turned to as a solution for companies with significant decarbonisation challenges ahead of them. JP Morgan's Alec Saltikoff JPMorgan Chase is one firm that has recently made a commitment to be

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