Asked and Answered with Chris Adachi, Director, Climate Change
A closer look at how Teck is taking action on climate change.
Our climate change strategy is focused on sustainably producing the metals and minerals essential for a low-carbon future, reducing the carbon footprint of our operations and value chain, supporting broad-based and effective carbon pricing, and enhancing our resiliency to climate risks.
In this Q&A video series, Chris Adachi, Director, Climate Change, discusses Teck’s climate change strategy, the road map to becoming a carbon-neutral operator by 2050, and how Teck’s action on climate change aligns with our Purpose.
What is Teck’s climate change strategy?
Teck has set a strategic priority to be a carbon-neutral operator by 2050. How do we get there?
How would you describe Teck’s role in the world’s transition to a low-carbon economy?
When you think about Teck’s action on climate change, how does that fit with our Purpose?
When you think about the action Teck is taking on climate change, what do you feel most proud of?