Forrest reiterates call for net zero targetBY RACHEL ALEMBAKIS | WEDNESDAY, 18 AUG 2021 6:22PM
Andrew Forrest joined the call for Australia to set a net zero 2050 target while announcing ambitious plans to produce green hydrogen through Fortescue Metals.Read more: Fortescue Metals, Michele O'Neil, Andrew Forrest, Clean Energy Council, Alex Wonhas, Katherine McConnell, Rebecca Huntley, Australian Council of Trade Unions, Australian Energy Market Operator, Fortescue Future Industries, Brighte
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