In the last 20 years Bayer, like other chemical companies, has shown a strong commitment to reduce the GHG emissions of its production facilities. As a result, between 1990 and 2007 the company managed to reduce its direct and indirect GHG emissions by 37.2% or 4.5 million tons of CO2 equivalents. The total energy consumption of the Bayer group in 2007 equaled 91.7 Petajoule (that means 25.5 Terawatthours).
In order to continue this development the board decided to initiate the Bayer Climate Program in 2007. This program is a long-term engagement of the company.
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