In a radical move, the Labour party plans to de-list companies who do not take action on climate change if they are a source of emissions or other risk factors, from the Stock Exchange. This sort of drastic approach to force companies to take responsibility is becoming more common and may be what is needed to turn the tide on the issue.
Measures like this as well as fines are some of the more concrete ways that companies are being brought to task for the damage the cause. These measures do have their critics however. Not everyone is on board with them. Then there are others who believe that such measures are not far enough.
Whether they’ll uphold the promise or not remains to be seen and hinges on the party making its way to office. That being said, in order to make climate goals, governments will have to take radical and harsh measures to force quick compliance according to most experts.