WRC Safari Rally: Time to cut carbon emissions

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As FIA World Rally Championship leader Kalle Rovanperä prepares to open the road this weekend, he confirms that the rally is quite different from the usual but the course scenery is great. However, from a sustainability perspective, it is clear that the rally means greenhouse gas emissions from the cars which are the main attraction at the event.

For this reason, the organisers are working to explore ways to reduce the event’s carbon footprint. This also becomes a hard bargain considering the main sponsors of the biggest events of the year is KCB Group, a thought leader and arguably the most sustainable bank in the region.

As one of the first banks to commit to become Net Zero by 2050, KCB must factor the reduction of carbon emissions in alignment with its sustainability strategy which factors in footprint from associated activities over and above lending. Read more…