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Radix adheres to the climate change declaration

Initiative from the Global Compact Network Brazil, an organization linked to the UN

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Radix signed an open letter committing itself to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to mitigate global warming and limit it to 1.5º C to further confirm the company’s responsibility towards the environment.

This document is action from Global Compact Network Brazil, an initiative linked to the UN Organization to support the UN goals, which made an urgent call to business and industrial leaders to effort to refrain from the impacts of climate change worldwide.

So far more than 300 companies have already called up. The initiative marks the five-year anniversary of the Paris Agreement, accomplished in December 2020.

"The reduction of greenhouse gas emissions is one of the most urgent and priority agendas worldwide. Scenarios as complex as that of climate change are not changed in an isolated way. For this reason, the Open Letter proposed by the Global Compact and signed by companies like Radix are fundamental. We are in the Decade of Action of the 2030 Agenda. We have little time to reach the Sustainable Development Goals and many challenges. But I believe in the vision and mobilization of the private sector and NGOs to advance towards the world we want ", says Sonia Favaretto, SDG Pioneer for the Global Compact of Nations, Sustainability Expert, and Board Member.

Since 2017 Radix has an important global commitment signed: supporting the ten principles from the United Nations Global Compact on human rights, work, environment, and the fight against corruption.

As part of the Global Compact, the company reinforces its intention to contribute to global objectives through its core business, making the Global Compact part of the company's strategy, culture, and day-to-day operations.

In addition, the company has engaged in cooperate projects that promote the broader development goals proposed by the United Nations.

Radix is constantly seeking growth in a sustainable way, considering the interests and concerns of the stakeholders - employees, investors, consumers, associations, strategic partners, and the community.