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Firm sets new emissions reduction targets – from operations and vehicle fleet – in line with the Paris Agreement

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has laid out ambitious targets for the reduction of greenhouse gases across its production processes and vehicle fleet by 2030.

In line with objectives set out in the 2015 Paris Agreement – an international treaty aimed at keeping global warming to less than 1.5deg C – Jaguar Land Rover will slash greenhouse gas emissions from its operations by 46% over the next eight years, and emissions from its value chains by an average of 56%.

It will also reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the vehicles it produces over their lifetimes by 60%. Crucial to this will be the electrification of its model line-up: all Jaguar models will be electric from 2025 while Land Rover will start launching pure-EVs in 2024 and offer an electric version of every model by the end of the decade. 

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