Measure for Zero:

Science-based Targets.

Science-based targets (SBTs) are ambitious carbon reduction targets in line with climate science.

In 2015 at the Paris Summit, 195 of the world’s governments committed to prevent catastrophic climate change by limiting global warming to well below 2 degrees from pre-industrial temperatures. SBTs are long-term emission reduction targets that are aligned to the level of decarbonisation required to meet this objective.

Developing ambitious and meaningful carbon emission reduction targets is now becoming a pivotal part of a corporate sustainability strategy.

How we can help

with science-based targets.

We will assist you in setting a science-based target from gaining buy-in to getting your target officially approved and recognised.
  • Feasibility assessment

    Setting ambitious emissions reduction targets needs to be backed by a robust assessment of feasibility. We have developed our own tool to assist with this assessment process.

    Setting ambitious emissions reduction targets needs to be backed by a robust assessment of feasibility. We have developed our own tool to assist with this assessment process.

  • Making the business case

    Our assessment process can help you to gain the all-important buy-in to commit to SBTs. We can also help demonstrate the reputational benefits and the value of targets set with scientific rigour.

    Our assessment process can help you to gain the all-important buy-in to commit to SBTs. We can also help demonstrate the reputational benefits and the value of targets set with scientific rigour.

  • Setting your targets

    Gathering the data. Tackling the challenges of Scope 3. Calculating accurate and achievable reduction targets following recognised approaches. We can help with all of these.

    Gathering the data. Tackling the challenges of Scope 3. Calculating accurate and achievable reduction targets following recognised approaches. We can help with all of these.

  • Achieving SBTi validation

    The Science Based Target initiative (SBTi) is the body that assesses and validates SBTs. We can support you through this process and guide you to recognition for your targets.

    The Science Based Target initiative (SBTi) is the body that assesses and validates SBTs. We can support you through this process and guide you to recognition for your targets.

Find out our approach to set and meet science based targets.

Download our

Factsheet

A to Zero is EcoAct’s transformational programme for Net Zero. This five-module approach is here to guide you towards a credible and successful Net Zero strategy.

  • What does Net Zero really mean?
  • What does the journey to Net Zero look like?
  • The full A to Zero programme.

Why choose

EcoAct.

At EcoAct we are driven by a shared purpose to make a difference. To help businesses to implement positive change in response to climate and carbon challenges, whilst also driving commercial performance.

1000

projects delivered (over the past 3 years)

150+

experienced international experts

20,000

jobs created in developing countries via our projects

6X

winner of the Environmental Finance Global Awards

Case Study:

ATOS

"We're proud to have supported ATOS in defining their low-carbon targets and gaining approval of their science-based target by the Science Based Target initiative (SBTi)."

Arnaud Doré
Managing Director, EcoAct France

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