Eramet secures A- score in 2022 Climate Change ratings

Eramet secures an A- score in 2022 Climate Change ratings of the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), reflecting its aggressive efforts to combat climate change.
This CDP score underscores the continuous progress being made by Eramet to reduce its CO2 emissions, thanks to an action plan in which the company’s long-term strategy focusing on energy transition metals is a key pillar. Eramet has set an ambitious target of reducing its CO2 emissions by 40% between now and 2035 (compared with 2019), by focusing on three major areas: the use of bio-based reducers, the decarbonization of purchased energy and the development of carbon capture and storage (CCS).
As part of its 2018-2023 CSR Roadmap, Eramet has made a commitment to step up its efforts in terms of rehabilitating mining sites. Rehabilitating sites more quickly will help reduce erosion and preserve the quality of aquatic environments, while recreating conditions that are conducive to biodiversity. The Group aims to achieve a ratio of ≥ 1 in terms of rehabilitated surface areas/cleared surface areas over the period 2019-2023.
Eramet recovers and develops metals such as manganese, nickel, mineral sands, lithium, and cobalt that are essential to the construction of a more sustainable world.

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