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Marsh & McLennan reveals carbon reduction commitments

The professional services firm pledged to be carbon neutral in 2021 through the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in its own operations

Marsh & McLennan, owner of the insurer Marsh, has announced its plans to reduce its carbon emissions going forward.

The professional services firm has pledged to be carbon neutral in 2021 through the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in its own operations, as well as the purchase of
verifiable offsets.

Furthermore, the firm has committed to reducing its carbon emissions by 15% below 2019 levels by the year 2025.

Dan Glaser, President and CEO of Marsh & McLennan, said: “We recognize the opportunity, and indeed the obligation, that we have to be good stewards of the environment. We are committed to the principle of responsible capitalism.

“These climate initiatives represent a tangible step toward building a more sustainable environment for our colleagues, clients, shareholders and future generations.”

Specific details to carbon reduction plans will be revealed at the company’s upcoming 2020 ESG report in March.

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