It’s the way we describe one of the biggest issues of our time – how to deliver more of the energy our growing world needs, while at the same time dramatically reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
It’s no exaggeration that energy transforms lives. It heats our homes and cooks our food, helps us to build hospitals and schools and takes us on life-changing journeys.
But, we also need energy that is cleaner and better. Not just tomorrow, but today. Now.
At BP, we not only recognize this challenge, we embrace it, so that everyone – including the two billion more people who will share our planet in the next two decades – has the energy they need to thrive.
We recognize we cannot do this alone. Everyone, from consumers to corporations to governments, needs to take responsibility. If we respond collectively, even a challenge as complex as climate change can be met.
BP is dedicated to being part of the solution, which is why we’re teaming up with talented companies to test ideas that just might revolutionize the way we source, use and track energy. From new renewable energy partnerships and electric vehicle charging networks to clever technologies that turn our household waste into jet fuel.
And, we’re not stopping there. Our employees are finding new ways to reduce emissions within our businesses. And in fact, we introduced our advancing low carbon (ALC) accreditation programme to highlight some of our successes.
At BP, we see possibilities everywhere to help the world keep advancing.
Bob Dudley, group chief executive, One Young World, The Hague
Bob Dudley, group chief executive, Oil & Money conference, London
How BP is reducing, improving and creating in a bid to help solve the dual challenge
Today’s growing world is demanding more energy, as well as a path to a low carbon future. At BP, we embrace this dual challenge