Olympus targets carbon neutrality by 2030

Japanese medtech firm Olympus adds new goal for carbon neutrality and circular economy to the firm's ESG policy.

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Japanese medtech firm Olympus is raising its climate ambitions and now aims to be carbon neutral by 2030, according to a press release.

The firm reports that it has launched a variety of environmmental initiatives across its operations globally, and that it is "acutely aware" of the damaging effects climate change has on the world's ecosystems.

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