The recent “Carbon Majors” report by InfluenceMap leaves no illusions: global carbon dioxide emissions between 2016 and 2022 were mainly the result of the activities of only 57 producers of fossil fuels and cement. It’s worth noting that these 57 companies represent only a small fraction of the total number of businesses worldwide, underscoring the importance of their actions in shaping the future of our planet.

Leading the list are giants such as Saudi Aramco, Gazprom, and Coal India. Their impact on carbon dioxide emissions is enormous, and we cannot ignore the fact that they must bear responsibility for the consequences of their activities. 🌍🔥📉

If they do not take immediate action to reduce emissions, we can expect catastrophic consequences for the natural environment, human health, and the global climate. 🛑❗

But should the responsibility solely rest on the shoulders of these companies? The countries in which these companies operate also have a duty to act. After all, their regulatory and oversight role has a significant influence on how these businesses conduct their affairs.


Our governments must act quickly and decisively to create a regulatory environment that encourages companies to invest in renewable energy sources, environmentally friendly technologies, and sustainable production practices.

What, in your opinion, should be the consequences for companies that do not reduce their carbon footprint and for the countries where this occurs?

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