Air Liquide has today (14th Jan) been recognised for its climate change and water management efforts by CSP, a non-profit organisation that evaluates companies on environmental action.
The industrial gas giant was awarded an “A-” rating in both of the above categories, as it looks to continue implementing actions and policies throughout the company which are aligned with its sustainability objectives.
In March last year (2021), Air Liquide said it hopes to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050 and, as a first step in achieving the goal, the company hopes to reduce its absolute carbon emissions by approximately 2025.
To decarbonise its assets, Air Liquide said it leverage on capturing CO2, accelerating low-carbon hydrogen production through electrolysis or by using renewable feedstock such as biomethane.
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