Trafigura will lower its carbon emissions 30 percent by 2023 at the latest

Commodity trader Trafigura has set a carbon emission reduction target of 30 percent by 2023 at the latest, compared to emissions recorded in 2020.

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Trading house Trafigura now for the first time sets a target for how much the company wants to lower its carbon emissions.

In a new sustainability report, Trafigura announces that the commodity trader has set a target to reduce its carbon emissions 30 percent by 2023, compared to emissions in 2020. This corresponds to a reduction of more than 1 million tonnes carbon.

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