Net Zero Ambition

The Net Zero Ambition Commitment is an acceleration initiative that aims to challenge and support companies that are part of the Global Compact to establish robust, science-based targets to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and, thereby, ensure that the company works with the necessary urgency and ambition to contribute to contain the increase in global temperatures.

The movement defends the definition of goals based on science as a powerful way to boost deliveries with an impact on Brazilian society and therefore proposes to work with the Brazilian business sector with individual commitments and collective ambitions.

Monitoring takes place through the 2030 Observatory of the Global Compact Brazil Network, which collects public data (integrated reports, public record of GHG Protocol emissions, CDP, among others).

To learn more, visit the Global Compact page.


Other voluntary commitments by Copel are:

  • Agenda 2030;
  • Stakeholder Capitalism;
  • Call to Action for Governments to Fight Corruption;
  • Combating Sexual Exploitation of Children and Adolescents;
  • Combating Discrimination and Valuing Diversity;
  • Brazilian Business Commitment to Biodiversity;
  • Conselho Paranaense de Cidadania Empresarial (Paranaense Business Citizenship Council);
  • Business Contribution for the Promotion of a Green and Inclusive Economy;
  • Declaration Call to Action for Governments to Fight Corruption;
  • Pro-Ethical Companies;
  • Entrepreneurs for the Climate;
  • Eradication of Child, Forced or Compulsory Labor;
  • National Movement ODS We Can;
  • Movement Transparency 100%;
  • Movement Net Zero Ambition;
  • Business Pact for Integrity and Against Corruption;
  • Global Compact (UN);
  • Pact for Integrity;
  • Prevention of moral harassment and sexual harassment;
  • Women Empowerment Principles (WEP);
  • Principles for Responsible Manegement Education (PRME);
  • Pro-Gender and Race Equity Program;
  • Network of Companies for Learning and Eradication of Child Labor; and
  • Respect for free trade union association and the right to collective bargaining.