German engineering giant becomes latest multinational to promise big emissions reductions within five years
Engineering giant Siemens has this week pledged to go “climate neutral” by 2030, in a bid to become the first major industrial company to fully offset its climate impact and deliver a “net zero carbon footprint”.
The German multinational also committed to delivering steep reductions in its carbon emissions, announcing a new target to halve its carbon emissions, which currently sit at around 2.2 million metric tons a year, over the next five years.
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Source: Business Green