For the global business community, decarbonization is an economic imperative. Investors expect it, regulators require it, and customers demand it. The world must be carbon neutral by 2050, and multinational corporations have a key role to play in achieving that outcome. But while the call to decarbonize is clear, large corporations often face a web of overlapping challenges when getting started. Barriers include a lack of subject matter expertise and technical proficiency, challenges in shifting to circular business models, disparate data sets, supply chain complications, and high capital requirements. In addition, there’s an urgent need to align with evolving business principles, including agility, circularity, connectedness, transparency, operational efficiency, resilience, and social equity. As the world moves toward a carbon-free future, corporations are no longer asking if, when, or why to decarbonize. They’re asking how. Guidehouse’s report, Navigating the Decarbonization Journey, explores the challenges multinational corporations face and offers success strategies for those looking to transform their operations as quickly and as profitably as possible. Download the report now to learn the shared success factors that are emerging from current decarbonization efforts, and how those principles can be applied to help corporations navigate their toughest decarbonization challenges.