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Announced the close of its inaugural green bond offering, totaling $1.25 billion, to support the company’s decarbonization and circular economy strategies. PR »
Is partnering with Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) to help map methane emissions. Google will apply AI and cloud computing to the imagery from EDF’s MethaneSAT satellite (launching in 2024) to trace methane emissions to their source. Google will also create a global map of oil and gas infrastructure to help understand what contributes most to emissions. PR »
Partnered with DHL to design and launch an industry-first multi-modal shipping model using a combination of sea and air transport (supported by sustainable aviation fuels) that is expected to reduce Scope 3 carbon emissions by up to 40%. In a 2023 pilot, two “shipping bridges” were created (one between Singapore and North America, and one between India and North America) and reduced emissions by up to 20%. Schneider Electric plans to design and execute eight of these bridges globally. PR»