Oil and gas major Shell has pledged to take some ‘bold but measured’ steps to accelerate the reduction of carbon emissions from its operations following a recent, historic ruling by a Dutch court, ordering the company to speed up its energy transition efforts.

On 26 May 2021, a Dutch court ordered Shell to deepen its carbon emissions cuts in a ruling described as the first-of-its-kind. The case was unique in that it was the first time for a court to order a company to comply with the Paris Climate Agreement.

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