Industrial gas major Air Liquide has published its annual Corporate Sustainability Report, prompting the company to reflect upon its progress towards its commitments, while outlining additional sustainability objectives.
Based on three main pillars, Air Liquide’s sustainable development strategy aims to address key issues surrounding the fight against climate change by minimising its carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions while developing low-carbon solutions such as hydrogen, CO2 capture and access to renewable energy.
According to the report, the company reduced its carbon intensity by 25% compared to 2015, and is on track to meet its 2025 target of 30% reduction.
Currently in line with the objective of reaching a 33% reduction in Scope 1 & 2 of its absolute CO2 emissions by 2035, Air Liquide states that it is on track with reaching carbon neutrality by 2050.
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