Energy Procurement, GHG Emissions - June 1, 2022
ICL Sets 2050 Goals
ICL, a global specialty minerals company, plans to become carbon neutral by 2050.
The company’s sustainability goals include a 30% reduction in GHG emissions and call for renewable energy to represent 50% of total energy consumption by 2040. ICL is also committed to increasing its circular economy and water savings impact and the company’s 2021 Corporate Responsibility (ESG) report includes details on substantive new projects in these areas.
The company also incorporated several SASB and TCFD indicators and GRI standards into the report, in addition to publishing disclosures according to TCFD, as part of its 2021 annual report.
“ICL remains committed to creating sustainable solutions for humanity, and our guiding principles – ingenuity, care and leadership – help us to advance our efforts on a global basis, and this includes the development of multiple innovative new products in 2021 to benefit the food, agriculture and industrial end-markets,” said Raviv Zoller, president and CEO of ICL in a statement. “These principles are an inherent part of our company culture and help define our actions in our communities and beyond.”
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