Legions of voluntary net-zero emissions pledges are now in place around the world to meet climate change goals — though ensuring companies and governments actually meet them is proving a much harder task.
But new automation and web-scraping techniques that aim to help tracking groups gather the data they need could soon help churn out almost real-time assessments of plans, curbing so-called green-washing opportunities among laggards, backers say.
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