We realize that there is also a growing global consensus that the current and projected atmospheric concentration of greenhouse gases (GHG) threatens the public health and welfare of current and future generations. At the same time, more efficient and effective resource use and pollution prevention and GHG emission avoidance and mitigation technologies and practices have become more accessible and achievable in virtually all parts of the world. These are often implemented through continuous improvement methodologies similar to those used to enhance quality or productivity, which are generally well known to most industrial, agricultural, and service sector companies.
To avoid or minimize adverse impacts on human health and the environment by avoiding or minimizing pollution from project activities.
To promote more sustainable use of resources, including energy and water.
To reduce project-related GHG emissions.
We accept the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) assessment of climate change science, which has found that warming of the climate is unequivocal, the human influence is clear and physical impacts are unavoidable.
We believe to pursue the twin objectives of limiting climate change to the lower end of the IPCC emission scenarios in line with current international agreements, while providing access to reliable and affordable energy to support economic development and improved living standards.
Therefore, an acceleration of effort to drive energy efficiency, develop and deploy low-emissions technology and adapt to the impacts of climate change is needed. We are taking seriously on limiting global warming that require a reduction of industrial emissions of greenhouse gases subject to The Deep Decarbonization Pathways Project (DDPP) Paris 2015’s pledge, in which to be implemented in a way that addresses competitiveness concerns and achieves lowest cost emissions reductions.