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De Beers adopts strategy to meet carbon-neutral ambition
Third consecutive year of coal export decline from Richards Bay Coal Terminal
And, Transitioning fossil-fuel labour forces into new sectors critical for ‘clean, just energy transitions’
The De Beers Group is on its way to becoming a miner and marketer of carbon-neutral diamonds by setting out to achieve carbon neutrality at its mines by 2030.
De Beers Group Head of Carbon Neutrality Kirsten Hund
Coal exports from South Africa’s Richards Bay Coal Terminal last year declined for the third consecutive year, with the 70.2-million tons exported to mainly Asia and single-digit percentages to Africa and Europe, taking exports back to what they were in 2013.
RBCT CEO Alan Waller
The chair of a new global commission says that the creation of green jobs and the transitioning of existing fossil-fuel labour forces into new sectors will be “key factors for a clean, just energy transition”.
Danish Energy and Climate Minister Dan Jørgensen
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