Creating conditions for working on clean fuels in regions and individual industries
[There are plans on Sakhalin for – Ed.] a complete gasification of the region, transfer of all coal-fired boilers to gas… including with the participation of our Asian partners. <...> We have the task of transferring transport to ecological types of fuel – gas, electricity. <...> There are projects for the construction of wind farms, we are planning to build a solar station. <...> There are areas with forest climate projects. <...> Communication with the whole world will be resumed through the climate agenda, because it is the most understandable, environmentally correct, supported by the population of all countries and governments. This trend is here to stay — Vyacheslav Alenkov, Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Sakhalin Region.
For ourselves, in the climate strategy, we considered not only climate risks, but also climate opportunities... that the energy transition brings. This includes an increase in production efficiency, and a decrease in resource intensity, access to capital — Victor Drozdov, Member of the Board, Polyus.
We set out to create a carbon-neutral enterprise. <…> The [Climatic. – Ed.] strategy allows us to make products more environmentally friendly, and this is not only our humanistic priority, this is a competitive advantage in the global market — Aleksey Kozlov, Member of the Management Board, Managing Director, SIBUR.
We are building our strategy to be as committed as possible to a green economy…with the potential to have the lowest possible carbon footprint. We achieved this by releasing the first batch of carbon-neutral nickel in the history of the company in June last year – 5 million tons. <...> The total amount of greenhouse gases from the company's production activities is about 10.3 million tons per year, we have plans to reduce this amount by another 25% by 2028, so it will be up to 8.7 million tons per year — Dmitry Pristanskov, State Secretary – Vice-President, Norilsk Nickel.