Data driven emission management
Join the global movement of businesses committed to preventing global warming exceeding 1.5◦ Celsius.
- Go beyond offsetting and take serious action to measure and reduce real emissions.
- Future proof growth and achieve resilience against coming regulations.
- Boost stakeholder confidence and demonstrate concrete sustainability commitments backed by science.
The science-based approach
Organisations who take a science-based approach to setting emissions reduction targets are contributing to a world-wide effort in limiting global warming.
Current emissions trajectories indicate an increase of 3.5-4.5°C by 2100, which highlights the need for these targets to be more ambitious and backed by data, not speculation.
How it works
Set a target
Track & Disclose
You can use the Science Based Targets initiative logo on reports and communications materials (on and off-line) once your company’s target has been approved by the initiative.
Key benefits of Science Based Targets (SBTs):
- Enable business to grow sustainably by providing a quantifiable emission reduction goal over an extended time frame.
- Enable cost savings and increased competitiveness by safeguarding an organisation against future regulatory intervention or risk to reputation.
- Allow companies to surpass competitors in the transition to a low-carbon future and create a long-term strategic approach to sustainability.
- Retain existing customers and win new business by meeting procurement requirements for sustainability.
- Represent a credible and transparent approach to sustainability, limit risks, and more easily communicate the emission reduction target to external stakeholders.
End-to-end climate action
Benchmark your organisation's emission inventory, also known as a carbon footprint. This represents a snapshot of 12 months of operational emissions related to your organisations activity.
Introduce emission control initiatives and reduce your organisation's carbon footprint. Understand where your organisation can make meaningful reductions in greenhouse gas emissions and lower overhead costs for utilities.
Some emissions are hard to avoid. Carbon offsets can be used to balance the books of your emissions inventory to achieve net-zero emissions in the near-term while real emission reduction initiatives continue.