The Lufthansa Group is working in a targeted manner to make aviation more climate-friendly and has committed itself to an ambitious CO2 reduction path.
In the global climate ranking of the non-profit environmental organization Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), the Lufthansa Group again and thus for the fourth year in a row received a good rating for its strategy and its implementation.
On a scale from “A” (best result) to “D-,” the company was rated “B.” In the measurement of its own CO2 emissions (Scope 1 and 2) and those of the supply chain (Scope 3), the Lufthansa Group received the top grade of “A,” as in the previous year.
In the category of commitment in the value chain, the Lufthansa Group was able to improve significantly.
“Our repeated good rating in the CDP climate ranking is both a confirmation and a motivation for us. It confirms that we are on the right path with our programs for sustainable aviation and motivates us to pursue this path consistently,” says Christina Foerster, Member of the Lufthansa Group’s Executive Board responsible for Customer, IT & Corporate Responsibility.
“Even in challenging times, we are using all our expertise, our energy and our networks to make CO2 neutral flying a reality”.