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Bloomberg Widens Carbon Emissions Scores to 100,000 Companies

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Bloomberg has expanded its carbon emissions dataset to 100,000 companies thanks in part to a newly developed in-house estimation model. The new tech has been used to derive carbon scores from companies that haven’t reported their own data. Bloomberg said the latest dataset offers “greater precision in Scope 1, 2 and 3 carbon emissions”.

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