Fighting climate change
Taking action for the climate
What is climate disruption?
- 40% of the world’s population will live in water-stressed areas by 2035 (source: UN).
- 40% reduction in water reserves compared with current levels by 2030 (source: World Bank).
SUEZ is committed to limiting its carbon footprint
SUEZ is also committed to helping its industrial and local authority customers to avoid GHG emissions by providing dedicated circular economy solutions (material and energy recovery).
Adapting to the consequences of climate disruption for water
SUEZ provides industry with solutions to limit its water footprint and is working to raise awareness of the consequences of climate disruption for water. The Group develops predictive tools to prevent the risk of flooding for local authorities, irrespective of their size.
Promoting material recycling, recovery and reuse
Implementing climate-responsible models
The fight against climate disruption and the large-scale deployment of the circular economy both demand the creation of a new economic model structured to take environmental and social externalities into account.
SUEZ is working to develop this new economic model by taking into account the present and future value of CO2, systematically proposing to pay operators on the basis of global performance, participating in efforts to develop material circularity indicators that will make the measurement of the new model’s impacts more robust and encouraging a revolution in attitudes through the implementation of a genuine circular economy culture.