Air travel connects people, cultures, and countries, however it brings an undesirable effect towards the climate and the environment.
For that matter, the goals have been set: the Lufthansa Group wants to reduce its net CO₂ emissions by 50 percent by 2030 compared to 2019. In addition, Lufthansa Group is aiming to become carbon-neutral by 2050. But not only during flying is a neutrality commitment of high relevance – Lufthansa Group also commits to become carbon-neutral by 2030 on ground as well.
The Lufthansa Group CleanTech Hub is a community enabling, motivating and stimulating clean technology and sustainability initiatives by providing access to resources, augmentation of initiatives, acceleration to market & amplification in the media to ensure long term clean operations and future business opportunities.
We act in a collaborative way to foster technological advances and cross-industry projects by bringing together engaged technology and operations experts. We act jointly to accelerate our group-wide sustainability ambitions and push forward technology-based solutions:
From established products, to group-wide projects or services to ambitious and courageous research initiatives – all bundled through the CleanTech Hub.
Corporate responsibility, that is to say sustainable and responsible entrepreneurial practice, is an integral part of our corporate strategy. It means that we are committed to creating added value for our customers, employees and investors and to meeting our responsibilities toward the environment and society.