The article was published on April 7, 2022 by David Dagure
A Finnish company is working with this organization to reduce CO2 emissions.
Finnair has signed a letter of intent to commit to working with science-based targets (SBTi) to meet its CO2 reduction targets under the UN Paris Climate Agreement. The company sets this goal for the next two years. The aim of this agreement is to limit global warming to 2 ° C above pre-industrial levels in order to combat the effects of climate change.
Science Based Targets (SBTi) is a global organization that allows companies to set emission reduction targets based on the latest climate science data. It aims to encourage companies and financial institutions around the world to halve emissions by 2030 and achieve zero emissions by 2050. This project is the result of a collaboration between the CDP, the United Nations Global Compact and the World Resources Institute (WRI). and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), and is one of the coalitions of the We Mean Business.
Evelina Hoore, Finnair’s Vice President of Sustainable Development, said: “Aviation needs to be tackled in a way that sustains the social and economic benefits of aviation. Finnair has set itself ambitious emission reduction targets: by the end of 2025, we intend to halve net emissions and achieve carbon emissions by 2019. neutrality no later than the end of 2045. The CO2 reduction commitments developed by the SBTi are in line with our goals for the Paris Climate Agreement.
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