Aurecon is set to achieve its goal of net zero emissions by 2025. The international engineering, design and advisory company has released plans to decarbonise its business and transition its services towards a 100 per cent net zero emissions future.
By 2025, Aurecon will implement measures to reduce:
- Direct emissions from owned or controlled sources
- Indirect emissions from electricity
- All other indirect emissions from Aurecon activities it does not own or control, such as activities associated with business travel, procurement, waste and water.
“At some point in the future, the world will be 100 per cent net zero emissions, and the challenge is to map the fastest viable transition path,” says Aurecon CEO William Cox. “This is the opportunity we should all plan for.
“We are embarking on the largest all-industry task in history, and we are fortunate to have the energy and resources to impact climate change and mitigate against its effects in the future as we propel towards carbon neutrality.”
For more information, click here.