The Swiss Steel Group, which has already taken decisive steps toward decarbonizing steel production, said that it will not be possible to stop the rapid rate of climate change without the steel industry transitioning to Green Steel and has published a White Paper on the subject. The White Paper contains information on the following topics1. The blast furnace route vs the electric arc furnace route2. Hydrogen instead of natural gas3. Green power instead of embodied energy4. High alloyed scrap instead of alloying metals5. Recognize, act, inspire6. Green Steel as research and technology platform7. Worthless waste heat as a resource and costly traction energy8. Green Steel as a signal for other industries9. Not just an eco-label for steel, but an invitation to think and cooperate10. Various chartsOne can learn how the Swiss Steel Group has improved its carbon footprint and will become even more environmentally friendly in the future. There are a total of three scopes (Scope 1, 2, 3) in which companies emit CO2:Scope 1: comprises a company’s direct CO2 emissionsScope 2: comprises the indirect CO2 emissions by energy suppliers. Scope 3: comprises the indirect CO2 emissions of the upstream and downstream supply chainCalculated consumption is then converted with emission factors (conversion rates) and shown as CO2 equivalents. Ecological footprint of the Swiss Steel Group is almost 78% lower than the industry average worldwide. The Swiss Steel Group is currently one of the world’s leading providers of customized solutions in the field of special long steel products. The Group is also one of the leading manufacturers in the global market for both tool steel and stainless long steel and is one of the largest companies in Europe for alloyed and high-alloy quality & engineering steel.