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Companies across sectors are putting a price on emissions

Internal carbon pricing—a charge on carbon dioxide emitted from assets and investment projects—can help companies see how, where, and when their emissions could affect their profit-and-loss (P&L) statements and investment choices. Energy companies are leading the way, naturally, and many other sectors are also engaging.

Internal carbon pricing is most prevalent in energy, materials, and financial- services industries.
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To read the article, see “The state of internal carbon pricing,” February 10, 2021.