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25 May

Automakers must disclose steel-related emissions: Greenpeace

Carmakers are pushing the planet past the critical 1.5C heating threshold by not decarbonising their steel supply chains, Greenpeace says in a report. Steel production for the world’s automakers is responsible for an estimated 573 million tonnes/year of CO2 emissions, approximately equivalent to the annual emissions of Australia, according to Greenpeace estimations. “Automotive steel has a massive carbon footprint, but major automakers like Hyund…
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