Slide China Carbon Peak 2030, Carbon Neutral 2060: Are you Ready?
China has announced the ambitious pledge to peak carbon emissions by 2030 and achieve carbon neutrality by 2060 (30-60). The pledge kickstarted national and local decarbonization policies (such as the national emissions trading scheme) and bolstered investment in sustainable transformation such as green transportation and clean energy. ​
For individual businesses in China, the 30-60 goals present new challenges and massive opportunities. Companies who seize opportunities to enhance energy efficiencies will gain competitive advantages, while those who lag will face increasing risks from stricter government mandates and a changing market.

A crucial business action is to understand your carbon footprint, set actionable goals, and track emissions performance.

Seneca ESG is ready to provide comprehensive toolkit and expertise to help Chinese companies meet the challenges and opportunities that come with the 30-60 goals. Our powerful SaaS platform and expert team will provide essential services for your company’s decarbonization journey.


Conduct a comprehensive assessment and calculation of your business’s carbon footprint with our Carbon Neutral Tool, including Scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions. Identify key areas of deficiencies and compare your emissions performance with global companies in your specific industry.
Set decarbonization goals for your business (such as net-zero by 2050) and develop net-zero strategies with the consultation of our carbon neutral experts.
Track ongoing carbon data, assessment, management, and reporting via our platform for corporate ESG services. Ensure your company’s progress and produce elegant reports to demonstrate your green commitments to stakeholders.
Stay informed with relevant policy trends and updates (both national and local) directly from our platform.


23 Sep Cathay Pacific Commits to 10% SAF Use by 2030

Posted at 12:37 by   Helena Zhu

Cathay Pacific [0293 :HK] pledges to increase the use of Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) to 10% of its total fuel consumption by 2030 through its partnership with California-based low-carbon transportation fuel company Fulcrum BioEnergy [FLCM:US], as the airline announced in...

22 Sep China Pledges to No Longer Build Coal Projects Overseas

Posted at 16:24 by   Helena Zhu

President Xi Jinping announced that China will no longer build new coal-fired power projects abroad at the opening meeting of the 76th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on September 21, as reported by The Strait Times on September 22. The...

08 Sep Korean Air Purchases Carbon-neutral Jet Fuel from SK Energy

Posted at 15:25 by   Helena Zhu

Korean Air [003490:KS] announced a partnership with South Korean petroleum and refinery company SK Energy [096770:KS] to use carbon-neutral jet fuel in its fleet on September 6, according to the airline’s press release on the same day. SK Energy will...

16 Aug Japan Reportedly Considers An Indicator Connecting Emission Reduction Efforts with GDP

Posted at 16:30 by   Maria Ma

The Japanese government would design a new indicator combining the country’s development in its gross domestic product (GDP) and its progress in greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) reduction, according to Reuters on August 12. With the decline in the country’s GHG...