A Conversation with Economist and Nobel Prize Laureate Professor Jean Tirole on Climate Change and Building a Carbon Neutral Future
Tencent Announces Plan to Become Carbon Neutral by 2030
Tencent will prioritize the reduction of emissions and the adoption of renewable energy, which will be supplemented by a minimum use of carbon offsets, to achieve the goal of carbon neutrality.
Improve resource efficiency by lowering energy consumption per unit of output throughout our operations.Read More
Significantly increase the proportion of renewable energy used, especially in electricity consumption; actively participate in green power trading; and explore investments in renewable energy projects.Read More
Adopt carbon offsets for the remaining segments which cannot be reduced otherwise.
In addition to our own carbon neutrality goal, we hope to be a leader in encouraging society to adopt greener and lower-carbon consumption, facilitating a low-carbon transformation across industries, and promoting sustainable economic and social development, which is in line with our strategic goal to promote sustainable innovation for social value.
Promote low-carbon lifestyles and green consumption habits through the development of sustainability-themed mini programs inside Weixin app and games.
Facilitate a low-carbon transformation for the industrial sector by offering technologies to digitalize business operations and manage emissions reduction.
Support the advancement of critical technologies for carbon neutrality by pursuing partnerships in areas including the carbon capture, utilization, and storage value chain.
Watch Tencent Senior Vice President Davis Lin in discussion with Nobel Prize laureate Professor Jean Tirole on how technology can speed up carbon reduction. Professor Jean Tirole is Honorary Chairman of the Foundation JJ Laffont, Toulouse School of Economics.