About 24% of global CO2 emissions come from the transport sectors. In Europe and the United States, transport accounts for almost 30% of emissions. Promoting sustainable transport means reducing greenhouse gases, which cause climate change, and taking on one of the world's biggest challenges, protecting the environment. In 2015 the United Nations organisations approved the 2030 Agenda, an action programme setting out 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for everyone in government, business and society to follow, to achieve sustainable growth from an economic, social and environmental point of view. Eni's mission now is the same as that in 2016, but with the addition of the Sustainable Development Goals. Through this combination, we will meet global challenges by actively supporting a socially fair energy transition, to preserve our planet and provide efficient, sustainable energy resources for all.
Eni is playing an active leading role in the long-term strategy for carbon neutrality, promoting a holistic approach to a technology neutral sustainable mobility, aiming for a combination of innovative solutions which guarantee minimal environmental impact and increased efficiency for the consumer.
The circular economy is a powerful driving force in the development of new sustainable mobility solutions, because it sees scrap and waste used in new mobility products with a reduced environmental impact.