Science Based Targets initiative SBTi program helps companies set goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in line with the Paris Agreement's objective. Over 1,000 companies globally have pledged to follow SBTi's framework to combat climate change.
The Science-Based Target Initiative is an project between the CDP, the United Nations, The World Resource Institute and the WWF providing science-based tools and giudelines for a tangible GHG reduction for all scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions.
More and more businesses are complying with GHG reduction, both for marketing and new reporting requirements like the CSRD. Still, often the triggered levers are not the best ones.
In order to be effective, SBTI gathers information from economic actors, giving guidelines and tools to effectively cut emissions. The SBTI dashboard includes high-level information about each organization’s targets or commitments, to reduce overall emissions.Firms and organisations will have to share tangible data on their environmental impact, and provide information on their future environmental risks.
Through SBTs, an increasingly large network of engaged businesses is engaging in sustainability. It develops and validates methods and criteria for effective corporate climate action, and sets requirements for companies to establish science-based targets (SBTs). By taking a collaborative approach, businesses can position themselves at the forefront of sustainability and tap into a growing market of enviromentally conscious consumers.
By taking a collaborative approach, businesses can position themselves at the forefront of sustainability and tap into a growing market of enviromentally conscious consumers.
Companies complied with SBTI targets to cut emissions
Earth warmed 1.19°C pre-industrial and may hit 3°C, above Paris Agreement's 1.5°C limit.
of GenZ look at the sustainability of their products before buying (Forbes)
Better position in the market, with a competitive advantage on consumers' green needs with respect to competitors
Transform risks into growth, pushing businesses to innovate their systems together, engaging for the planet while lowering energy bills.
The SBTI is the teacher preparing you for a compulsory exam: listen to it! And don't fall short on carbon accountancy.
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