Decarbonation

Agriculture, manufacturing, local authorities... the challenge of decarbonisation cuts across the whole economy, all the more so since the Paris Agreement, which aims to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. Faced with the multidimensional challenges of decarbonisation, the Infopro Digital Group's editorial teams are mobilising to provide professionals with expert insight into the road ahead.

Decarbonisation cuts across all sectors of the economy

Paris Agreements
2015
Paris Agreements
The announced end of combustion-powered vehicles
2035
The announced end of combustion-powered vehicles
Zero carbon target
2050
Zero carbon target

A major issue for the 21st century, decarbonisation refers to the process of transitioning to a low-carbon economy in order to limit global warming to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels.

The goal of carbon neutrality, set for 2050 as part of the Paris Agreement, implies achieving a balance between greenhouse gas emissions and their absorption, particularly by natural carbon sinks such as forests and oceans, and artificial ones such as carbon capture and storage technologies.

Decarbonisation in manufacturing 

In manufacturing, the challenge of decarbonisation involves significantly reducing emissions while maintaining economic competitiveness and encouraging the reindustrialisation of regions. Several levers need to be activated at this level:

Decarbonisation in the automotive sector

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As part of the Climate Plan supported by the 27 Member States of the European Union, the end of combustion engine vehicles has been set for 2035. This decision reflects the EU’s determination to move towards more environmentally friendly mobility and to significantly reduce the environmental impact of road transport.

Faced with this ambitious target, carmakers are having to rethink their production models and invest massively in the development of low-emission vehicles, such as electric, hybrid and hydrogen-powered vehicles. Innovations in powertrains, batteries and recharging infrastructure are crucial to the transition to sustainable mobility.

The decarbonisation of the automotive manufacturing industry is not limited to vehicle engines. It also encompasses vehicle design and production, incorporating lighter, recyclable materials, energy-efficient manufacturing processes and supply chain optimisation to reduce CO2 emissions at every stage of the vehicle life cycle.

Decarbonisation at the heart of the Infopro Digital Media group’s editorial teams

Decarbonisation is one of the key ‘Trending Topics’ for our editorial teams. Faced with the multi-faceted challenges posed by this transition, our teams are committed to providing accurate, comprehensive and objective information to guide the players involved: manufacturers, local elected representatives, B2B decision-makers and associations. Our aim is to promote best practices, highlight virtuous initiatives, document emerging technologies and decipher current regulations and their likely future developments.

Use our leading media brands to demonstrate your expertise and reveal your commitment to decarbonisation. Our teams will work with you to design and deploy communication campaigns tailored to your objectives and your audience. Together, let’s help accelerate decarbonisation and build a more sustainable future!

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