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Nov 11 (Reuters) – Qantas Airways Ltd QAN.AX on Monday pledged to slash its carbon emissions to internet zero by 2050, becoming a member of British Airways proprietor IAG ICAG.L because the business’s response to local weather change activists gathers momentum.
“We’re doing this as a result of it is the accountable factor to do,” Qantas’ Chief Government Alan Joyce mentioned in a press release, calling local weather change considerations “actual”.