Last update: Sustainability Report 2021
Greenhouse gas emissions is a priority for the FS Italiane Group and all Group companies are involved in developing initiatives to this end.
In 2021, the Group’s CO2 emissions came to 2.06 million tonnes, just slightly under the 2020 total. The close connection between energy consumption and CO2 emissions is mirrored in the volumes and variations in the total and individual items. As a result, the pandemic also had a huge impact on greenhouse gas emissions in the past two years.
The transport sector is also responsible for other emissions. Although the railway sector’s emissions are marginal compared to other environmental aspects, atmospheric emissions should in any case be monitored, also with regard to the environmental impact of the Group’s road transport services. Also in this case, nitrogen oxide and sulphur oxide emissions and particulates are mostly the result of combustion for road and rail passenger and freight transport, as well as shunting rolling stock. The FS Italiane group’s road transport companies are committing to upgrading the fleet, preferring more modern engines with significantly less harmful emissions.
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