EY announces carbon negative status

EY has become carbon negative, in a major step toward achieving its ambition of removing its residual emissions from the atmosphere and becoming truly net-zero by 2025.

Carmine Di Sibio, EY Global Chairman and CEO, said: “I am proud that EY is leading the way in sustainable business by achieving carbon negative status. Businesses need to take the lead and the reality is that carbon neutrality simply isn’t enough if we are to deliver a sustainable planet for future generations. Today’s announcement will make a real difference as the world transitions toward a low-carbon future and EY will continue to take actions that create long-term value for EY people, clients and communities around the globe.”

As EY resumes business travel and returns to offices and clients, EY teams will continue to keep emissions below the Science Based Targets Initiative (SBTi)-validated 1.5C pathway in FY22 and beyond. EY will remain carbon negative as it works toward net-zero in 2025.

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