Exxon Mobil to invest $3 billion in the carbon capture and different projects to bring down emissions.

Exxon Mobil, which has for quite some time been censured by environmentalists and a few financial investors and elected leaders for not doing what’s needed to curb climate change, said on Monday it would contribute $3 billion over the course of the following five years in energy projects that lower discharges.

The organization said the primary zone it would chip away at is capturing carbon dioxide emissions from modern plants and putting away the gas so it doesn’t enter the climate, where it adds to a worldwide temperature alteration. Numerous climate experts have said that such carbon capture and sequestration will be basic in the battle against environmental change.

Exxon said it was making another business called ExxonMobil Low Carbon Solutions and is chipping away at 20 carbon capture projects around the planet, remembering for Texas, the Netherlands, Singapore and Qatar.

The moves comes as the Biden organization has vowed to fix guidelines of the fossil fuel industry, increment fuel economy standards for vehicles and find a way to decrease emissions of carbon dioxide and other ozone depleting substances. Some institutional investors and ecological gatherings are additionally pushing Exxon and different organizations to cut outflows from their tasks and the utilization of their items.

Exxon specifically has been a continuous target of such campaigns in light of the fact that, dissimilar to European oil giants like BP and Royal Dutch Shell, it has not put resources into environmentally friendly power or looked to set goal-oriented environment targets.

The declaration from Exxon came a couple of days after General Motors said it intended to quit selling petroleum-powered cars and trucks by 2035 and just sell zero-emissions vehicles.