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Climate Strategy

Striving for sustainable growth, the Credit Agricole Group implements the Climate Strategy, which is a high-priority and an integral part of the Group’s Medium Term Plan 2022. Credit Agricole Bank fully supports the Group, and under the approved strategy, plans to reduce its direct carbon footprint by 10% during 2018–2022, and become one of TOP 3 green banks of Ukraine.

To achieve that, the bank implements the world’s best practices: has own solar batteries, electric cars and electric scooters for work trips; carries out energy audit and uses new energy-efficient technology in the construction. Within the “green” office project bank’s employees sort waste, use paper made from 100% recycled materials, and sulfate free cleaning supplies. The bank's team annually supports the "Earth Hour" campaign and plant trees.

Read the details of the Group’s Climate Strategy here

2020

By results of 2020, the carbon footprint of Credit Agricole has reduced by 20%, and now it constitutes 17,227tCO2.

This was reached through fulfillment of the number of measures: we reduced transport usage, implemented flexible office concept, and energy efficient technologies.

In 2020, the bank invested more than UAH 8 million into improvement of its energy efficiency: made LED upgrading of illumination, implemented smart building technologies in new branches and the Telework system that enabled about 80% of Head Office employees to work remotely, used own solar stations, and increased electric car fleet. 

The bank becomes more and more digital, we promote online communications with customers and employees, and reduce significantly the amount of printed material.

 As a result, Credit Agricole is No 6 is the rating of sustainable development leaders by “Dengi” and “Korrespondent” magazines prepared in partnership with the UN Global Compact Network Ukraine. 

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