Our Mission

We aim to Reduce Global CO2 Emissions by 13% to Accelerate the World’s Transition to Net-Zero and Bring Clean, Secure and Affordable Energy to All.

Rising Global CO2

A strong correlation between the atmospheric CO2 and Global Temperatures has formed since pre-industrial revolution. A sharp increase can be seen during this period

CO2 Concentration

Over this long period, atmospheric concentrations of CO2 did not exceed 300 parts per million (ppm). This changed with the Industrial Revolution and the rise of human emissions of CO2 from burning fossil fuels.

Rising Global Temperatures

Since the start of the industrial revolution, the world is 1.1°C warmer. At the current trajectory, the temperatures will exceed the target 2.0°C rise above pre-industrial temperatures target by the end of the century which will cause destruction and impact peoples lives around the globe.  

Air Quality

Contamination by substances such as particulate matter, carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide, ozone and sulphur dioxide – causes 7M premature deaths per year. Linked to heart disease, stroke, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and lung cancer

Emissions by Sector

Transportation and electricity Power Generation constitute the biggest proportion of global emissions by sector. Long-haul freight transport contribute half of all transportation emissions and the overwhelming majority of emission in electric power is caused by the inefficient combustion of existing fuels.

Global Greenhouse Gases

No Climate change Policies would result in an estimated 4.1-4.8°C warming by 2100. Current policies project warming of 3.1-3.7°C by 2100. If all countries achieve their current pledges set within the Paris climate agreement it is estimated that average global warming by 2100 will be 2.6-3.2°C, going well beyond the overall Paris Agreement target.

Our Commitment To A Sustainable Future