Japanese startups are offering services to help companies see how much carbon they are emitting at a time when the government commits to net-zero emissions by 2050.
The country’s corporate governance code requires companies listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange’s Prime top-tier section to disclose how they are addressing climate change. Smaller suppliers are also being asked by clients to help with the effort to reduce carbon emissions.
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