The results are questionable and do not satisfy everyone, among Glasgow Conference of Parties, better known as cop26, which ended with a settlement defined as “historic”, but a settlement (On the downside, for many, given that it is not possible to strongly overestimate the role of coal as a source of energy). Even though in the end, the stalemate was noted for the automotive sector, highlighted by an agreement on the route stop endothermic in 2040 Car rental multinationals, signed by a few manufacturers, also played an important role in the second week of the Scottish conference. Dutch lease plan, for example, those who recently anticipated “what’s next in the LCV area” report the arrivals on the streets of more battery-powered vehiclespresented an update of its “Driving to Zero” sustainability strategy, which is called upon to take decisive action to achieve net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in its global operations (Scopes 1, 2 and 3) and to address the most important has been designed. Environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues that the sector currently has to solve. The “Driving to Zero” strategy, presented at the dedicated EV100 Panel for Fleet Innovation, called RouteZero, builds on LeasePlan’s commitment at the highest levels of the sector to achieve net zero emissions across the entire funded fleet by 2030, which has already been announced. It’s over The timing of the launch of the EV100 outfit in 2017. “The decisions of the COP26 conference will decide what kind of future we leave for our children and grandchildren. We all, from governments to business leaders, should stop talking and start over. To propose credible programs for the decarbonization of our planet, to avoid ill effects. For this reason I am proud to announce an update to our Driving to Zero Sustainability strategy”, he announced tex gunning, CEO of LeasePlan. Specifically, the program aims to implement a series of paths to reduce all greenhouse gas emissions from leaseplans on a scientific basis. On the environmental front, the goal would be to achieve net zero emissions in all leaseplan operations globally (greenhouse gas emissions of Regions 1, 2 and 3), validated by the Science-Based Target (SBT) Initiative; In addition, in accordance with the recommendations of the European Central Bank (ECB) and the Climate-Related Financial Communication Task Force (TCFD), climate and environmental risks should be integrated into the strategy, governance, risk management and communication of the leaseplan. On the social front, the lease plan promises new commitments aimed at increasing the representation of diverse talent within senior management and standardizing benefits for LGBTQI+ lease planners regardless of local regulations. And when it comes to global sourcing policy, the goal is to raise environmental, social and governance (ESG) standards across the entire value chain of LeasePlan. In the context of sustainability governance, the new structure intends to ensure the implementation of the updated ‘Driving to Zero’ strategy with the obligation of reporting by management on progress related to Environmental, Social and Governance Norms (ESG). Finally, for this purpose, activities related to environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors will be integrated into remuneration policies for senior executives.
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