Act on the data Measure for Zero
Emissions reductions, Net Zero targets, legislative compliance and effective sustainability disclosures all need robust systems and processes for data management.
At EcoAct we have 15 years experience helping companies to effectively manage and improve the quality of their data, supporting them in their mandatory and voluntary disclosures and helping them to satisfy the changing demands of best practice.
Net Zero requires significant reductions in carbon emissions, and therefore, it is highly recommended that you set a science-based target (SBT). This is an emissions reduction target developed in line with the decarbonisation required to limit global temperature increase to 1.5 or well-below 2 degrees centigrade.
As a Gold Accredited CDP supplier for SBTs, we are experienced at helping companies to navigate the challenges of target setting and validation. Not only this, our specialist software, CRaFT, can support you in finding the most feasible pathway to meet your target.
With quality data and an ambitious target, you have the foundation to weather the changing demands of the sustainability reporting landscape and keep your organisation on track for the transition to Net Zero.
Case study: ATOS
Featured Factsheet: Five steps to setting (and meeting) a science-based target
Science-based targets (SBTs) are emission reductions targets aligned with the rate of decarbonisation required by science to limit global warming to well below 2 degrees or 1.5 degrees. SBTs are a rapidly growing initiative with the number of companies publicly declaring theirs growing by the day.
The factsheet will provide you with a 5-step journey to setting your targets and ensuring success with your ambitious new goals including:
- Laying solid foundations
- Identifying your target-setting approach
- Setting the target
- Mapping your reduction trajectory
- Gaining SBTi validation
Lucy Haines | 09.12.2020