ENI: offsets 1.5 million tonnes of CO2 emissions
(CercleFinance.com) - Eni announces that it has generated carbon credits to offset greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to 1.
5 million tonnes of CO2.
These credits were generated in Zambia, as part of a project for the protection and conservation of forests on the African continent, designed by the United Nations, and in which Eni has been actively involved for over a year now.
The carbon credits are validated and verified according to the highest international standards and issued by the international certification body VERRA.
In this context, Eni plans to gradually reach a carbon credit portfolio of 10 million tonnes per year of CO2 equivalent in 2025, 20 million tonnes in 2030 and over 30 million tonnes by 2050.
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