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SAINT-GOBAIN RECOGNISED AS CLIMATE LEADER

Saint-Gobain has been named one of the top 300 companies in the Financial Times’ inaugural Europe’s Climate Leaders 2021.

Saint-Gobain has been named one of the top 300 companies in the Financial Times’ inaugural Europe’s Climate Leaders 2021.

The Europe’s Climate Leaders 2021 list recognises the top 300 of more than 4,000 companies across Europe that achieved the highest reduction of their greenhouse gas emissions between 2014 and 2019.

The data, which was compiled by research company Statista, demonstrates a commitment by corporate organisations to fight climate change. The Climate Leaders list showed Saint-Gobain had reduced its total core emissions by 32.3%, showing an 8.2% year on year reduction.

Richard Batley, HR & CSR Director for Saint-Gobain UK and Ireland, said:

“Being a Climate Leader shows our  deep commitment to reducing our carbon emissions and making the world a better home. We still have some way to go but we are proud to feature on this list as it shows we’re on track to reducing our emissions as we tackle climate change."

Saint-Gobain remains committed to its purpose of Making the World a Better Home by reducing its carbon emissions. Working towards these targets, Jewson, Artex and Jewson Civils Frazer, were recently awarded a combined £650,000 as part of the Saint-Gobain INVEST Carbon fund – to support the decarbonisation of its businesses on a journey to net zero carbon by 2050.

A zero-carbon roadmap is being finalised, which will set out a path for each of Saint-Gobain’s businesses to meet medium term Science Based Targets for 2030 and the ultimate goal of net zero carbon by 2050.

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