Indian energy company Cairn Oil & Gas has pledged to achieve net zero emissions by 2050.
The company has committed to having a net water positive impact, using renewable energy for its operations and planting two million trees by 2030.
It is also investing in biodiversity projects across India, building on the 279 acres of mangroves it has built along the Bay of Bengal.
Prachur Sah, Deputy CEO, said: “This announcement is a reiteration of our commitment to delivering growth responsibly and sustainably. In line with Prime Minister’s vision of net zero carbon emission by 2070, Cairn stands tall with our country’s energy aspirations.”