Climate protection at BASF

Last June 5 to 10, 2014, Psychology Volunteers on Bikes External Relations Officer Monica Manluluyo attended the 2014 International Student Conference on Environment and Sustainability. The 6-day conference was held in Tongji University, Shanghai, China where experts on environment, energy, urban development and economy discussed regional and global ecological civilization and green development in the new age together with participants around the world.

Dr. Bradley Morrison is the Senior Vice President, Operations & Site Management of Greater China BASF. He holds a PhD from the University of Sydney in Physical Chemistry. During the 2014 International Student Conference on Environment and Sustainability: Symposium on Energy Transition and Climate Change held last June 5, 2014 at Tongji University, Shanghai, China, he talked about how BASF contributes to climate protection.


BASF is the world’s leading chemical company, and they combine economic success, social responsibility and environmental protection. They use chemistry as an enabler for a sustainable future, and they create products and solutions for climate protection to avoid GHG emissions. Climate protection at BASF is a holistic approach, and to lower emissions of GHG, their chemical plants are measured against the standards of EU emissions trading and operate at an above-average efficiency.