Hope COP26 will Deliver More Concrete Actions in Support of Accelerated Transition to Net Zero: Schneider Electric

Schneider Electric, is actively supporting global climate change efforts at the upcoming COP26 meeting, with experts on the ground and the release of a flagship report that offers fresh perspectives on our planet’s pathway to decarbonization.

October 30, 2021. By News Bureau

Schneider Electric, is actively supporting global climate change efforts at the upcoming COP26 meeting, with experts on the ground and the release of a flagship report that offers fresh perspectives on our planet’s pathway to decarbonization.
 

The 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) taking place in Glasgow on 31 October - 12 November is widely considered critical to accelerating global action to tackle the climate emergency.

Many climate experts, campaigners, and corporates including Schneider Electric are urgently calling on governments, businesses and societies do much more – and act much faster – to ramp up the adoption of clean-energy, electrification, energy-efficiency and other climate-positive technologies.

“We welcome the commitments already made by numerous governments around the world, and hope that COP26 will deliver more concrete actions in support of an accelerated transition to net zero,” says Olivier Blum, Chief Strategy and Sustainability Officer at Schneider Electric.

“Our key finding is that changing consumption patterns, driven by an appetite for the progress that new technologies herald, will help bring about a less carbon-intensive economy. In other words, keeping global warming to 1.5ºC may be more feasible than we think, because as the economy modernizes and provides increased benefits to people, it also decarbonizes,” says Vincent Petit, Head of the Schneider Electric ™ Sustainability Research Institute and SVP of Global Strategy Prospective and External Affairs at Schneider Electric.
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