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News  -  May 29, 2024

Cleveland-Cliffs Sets 2035 Emissions Reduction Goals 

May 29, 2024

Cleveland-Cliffs Inc. announced that it has set new GHG emissions reduction targets, including a target to lower Scope 1 and 2 GHG emissions intensity per metric ton of crude steel by 30% by 2035....read more

News  -  May 29, 2024

PPG Decreases Emissions by 10%, Adds RE

May 29, 2024

PPG, a paints, coatings and specialty materials manufacturer, announced strong progress against its near-term 2030 environmental, social and governance targets, including a 10% reduction in GHG emissions within the company’s own operations....read more

News  -  May 29, 2024

BIC’s Emissions Drop by 72%

May 29, 2024

BIC, a global company that manufactures stationery, lighters and shavers, announced that it lowered its Scope 1 and 2 emissions by 72% compared to 2022 and reached a 91% renewable energy usage commitment on all sites by 2025....read more

Research  -  May 20, 2024

Port of Detroit Decarbonization and Air Quality Improvement Plan

Type: White Paper
Date Published: 5/20/2024
Source: Detroit/Wayne County Port Authority
Primary Topic: GHG Emissions

May 20, 2024

The Detroit/Wayne County Port Authority takes seriously its responsibility to limit climate change from carbon emissions and to improve air quality and the overall health of residents, workers, and visitors to the Port of Detroit. "The Port of Detroit Decarbonization and Air Quality Improvement Plan" is the first step in fulfilling that responsibility to reduce the impact of maritime activity on the environment – currently at 3% of global emissions and increasing. ...read more

Columns  -  May 29, 2024 - By Department of Energy

Principles for Responsible Participation in Voluntary Carbon Markets

May 29, 2024 - By Department of Energy

The U.S. Department of Energy issued the Voluntary Carbon Markets (VCMs) Joint Policy Statement to provide guidance on how to advance high-integrity VCMs and fully achieve the potential of these markets. This column summarizes voluntary principles that U.S. market participants, including corporate buyers, should embrace as they engage in VCMs....read more

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