France: Lafarge announced new CO2 targets in partnership with the World Wildlife Fund on 23 June 2011.Key areas include a 33% reduction of CO2 emissions per ton of cement produced by the end of 2020 compared with 1990 levels and a commitment to develop innovative solutions for sustainable construction by 2015. It is anticipated that Lafarge will emit an average of 518kg of CO2 per ton of cement produced in 2020, around 250kg less than in 1990.
Lafarge announces new carbon dioxide targets
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