Goldman Sachs | Accelerating Transition – Our Approach to Climate

Goldman Sachs | Accelerating Transition  

Our Approach to Climate – Video 

Decarbonization in the real economy

Priority Sectors Targeted

Oil – Gas – Power and Auto Manufacturing

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Accelerating Transition

Our Approach to Climate

The firm’s approach to accelerating climate transition is focused on those areas where Goldman Sachs can have a material impact, including working with clients to decarbonize their businesses and help drive progress towards net zero ambitions, engaging partners and broader stakeholders for impactful innovation and collaboration, and managing the firm’s own climate related risks.  

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Is Zero Waste Possible – NO – Where Anything Exists There is Waste.

Is Zero Waste Possible? 

NO

Where Anything Exists There is Waste.


“Invisible waste” refers to the amount of waste and greenhouse gas emissions, generated by a product or an action.

  • LINEAR vs CIRCULAR ECONOMY

The Circular Economy is a model of production and consumption, which involves:

  • sharing, renting, repurposing, reusing, repairing, refurbishing, and recycling existing materials and products as long as possible. 
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