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          Greenhouse gas emissions

          Greenhouse gas emissions

          We periodically measure and report the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions generated by our operations to verify the effectiveness of the reduction strategies implemented and to demonstrate our consistency with the efforts we require from our customers, the companies in which we invest and our suppliers.

          The monitoring of our emissions, part of our environmental management system, involves periodic checks subject to internal audits and to assurance by an independent third party (for more information you can read the Independent Auditors' Report on the Consolidated Non-Financial Statement in the Annual Integrated Report).

          We calculate our greenhouse gas emissions using the WRI GHG Protocol, applying both location-based and market-based methods.

          The first method, location-based, involves accounting for emissions from the purchase of electricity, applying national average emission factors for the different countries in which we purchase electricity.

          Instead, the market-based method determines GHG emissions from the purchase of electricity by considering the specific emission factors reported by our suppliers. For the purchase of electricity from renewable energy sources, a zero emission factor is attributed for the scope 2.

          2020 TARGET

          Stable and structural reduction of at least 20% in GHG emissions compared with base year 2013

          PERFORMANCE IN 2019

          96,784 t CO2e total GHG emissions Location-Based method
          (-20.1% compared to 2013)

          59,945 t CO2e total GHG emissions Market-Based method 
          (-19.1% compared to 2013)

          Breakdown of GHG emissions by Scope

            location-based market-based
          greenhouse gas emissions
          t CO2e

          2013
          (base year)

          2019

          2013
          (base year)

          2019

          Scope 1*- Direct emissions, produced by heating systems and using the fleet of company vehicles 14,937 20,353 14,937 20,353
          Scope 2- Indirect emissions from energy consumption, associated with the use of electricity and district heating 59,805 43,306 12,750 6,466
          Scope 3- Other indirect emissions from energy consumption (T&D losses) , related to employees' business travel, paper and water consumption, and waste disposal 46,419

          33,126

          46,419 33,126
          Total 121,161 96,784 74,106 59,945

          * Scope 1 emissions in the base year 2013 were recalculated (previously 18,432 t CO2e) in line with the new methodology used in 2019 to calculate emissions from the corporate car fleet. The new methodology harmonised at Group level the criteria for splitting the car use for business reasons (70% of all journeys), included in the calculation of the emissions,  from their use for personal reasons, excluded from the calculation of Group emissions (30% of total journeys).

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