Carbon Disclosure Agreement

The Carbon Action (non-primary source needed) initiative encourages investors to accelerate carbon reduction in emission-intensive industries and implement emission reduction projects that generate a positive return on investment. En+ Group is committed to ensuring that Tier 1 carbon emissions are featured on all London Metal Exchange (LME) traded aluminium warrants as a necessary transformative step for the industry to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement. The company was the first in the industry to systematically introduce commercial contracts with a guaranteed carbon footprint and carbon footprint disclosure for the original cast iron. CDP Cities offers the global platform for cities to measure, manage and disclose their environmental data. To date, we have taken a number of concrete steps to improve infrastructure efficiency, including improving waste management, reducing office energy consumption, and equipping base stations with solar panels and hydrogen fuel cells. Together with the GSMA, we look forward to further strengthening the partnership in this critical area in the coming years. Some companies have higher greenhouse gas emissions than national states. Some leading companies have moved to becoming climate neutral, but others have the opportunity to reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions by introducing energy efficiency methods and business planning. The CDP (formerly Carbon Disclosure Project) is an international non-profit organization, based in the United Kingdom, Germany and the United States of America, that helps companies and cities reveal their impact on the environment. It aims to make environmental information and risk management a trade standard that encourages disclosure, visibility and action towards a sustainable economy. [1] Since 2002, more than 8,400 companies have published environmental information on CDP. The disclosure agreement is a first step towards broader long-term goals.

Going forward, the GSMA initiative plans to develop a sectoral roadmap for tackling climate change, including the development of a decarbonisation trajectory for the mobile industry by 2020, in line with the Science Based Targets Initiative (SBTi). .