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CBA joins global push to limit emissions by cutting coal exposure by 2030
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7 August 2019
On 7 August 2019 Reuters reported:
Commonwealth Bank of Australia became the latest company to join a global push to reduce emissions and said it would phase out its exposure to thermal coal or power plants by 2030. ... The bank joins a host of other Australian companies adopting similar policies to combat climate change, and reduce the country's reliance on coal-generated power.
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