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Industry accounts for 20% of greenhouse gas emissions in France.
The National Low Carbon Strategy (SNBC) defines France’s trajectory to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050, a commitment made following the 21st Conference of the Parties (COP 21) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
“SNBC target for French industry: – 81% of emissions in 2050 compared to 2015.
Intermediate target of -30% in 2030
In a carbon-free world, the competitiveness of a product with a high carbon footprint will be impacted by a high carbon price and a reputational risk: it is therefore important for an industrial company to anticipate its transition by implementing actions that limit its impact on climate change through a long-term investment plan.

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  • An industrial Climate target setting Low-carbon industry
    AMF publishes the first conclusions of the Climate and sustainable Finance Commission (CCFD) on the carbon neutrality of companies 19 October 2021

    The purpose of the AMF's CCFD report is to accompany companies in the development and implementation of their climate strategy. Find out about best practices regarding carbon neutrality initiatives, resulting actions and how to report on the efforts made. Download file

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    ADEME's analysis of the French pilot climate stress test 19 August 2021

    ADEME analyzes the results of the climate pilot exercise conducted by the Banque de France in 2020-2021 and proposes several methodological developments for future exercises. Download file

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    Sectoral Transition Plan Chemical industry: infografic memo on decarbonization challenges and routes 14 June 2021

    Infografic memo in French on the key decarbonization challenges and routes of the glass sector in France. This document was elaborated by ADEME as part of the Sectorial Transition Plans, which aims at building sectorial decarbonization pathways for heavy industry sectors in France. Download file

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    The Sustainable Finance Observatory publishes its first activity report 7 April 2021

    The Sustainable Finance Observatory aims to contribute to the transparency, monitoring, and evaluation of the gradual transformation of French financial players. Seven months after its creation, it publishes its first activity report. The latter aims to provide an inventory of its creation and operation. It also seeks to promote similar initiatives by presenting the main stages in the creation of a Financial Center Observatory. Download file

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    Sectoral Transition Plan Glass: infografic memo on decarbonization challenges and routes 26 March 2021

    Infografic memo in French on the key decarbonization challenges and routes of the glass sector in France. This document was elaborated by ADEME as part of the Sectorial Transition Plans, which aims at building sectorial decarbonization pathways for heavy industry sectors in France. Download file

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    Sectoral Transition Plan Cement: ADEME publies its sythesis of the first technico-economic results 1 March 2021

    The French cement industry faces significant techno-economic challenges on its path to meeting the ambition of the French National Low-Carbon Strategy (SNBC). The report synthetizes the first results of the Sectoral Transition Plan (STP) of the French cement sector. Key findings highlight the overall complexity in decarbonizing this industry especially due to hard-to-abate process emissions along with massive investments required. Download file