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Reduce our Scope 1 emissions by 20 percent by 2020, using a 2008 Scope 1 baseline of 1,172,476 mtons CO2-e.
2025 Goal: AT&T will enable carbon savings 10x the footprint of our operations by enhancing the efficiency of our network and delivering sustainable customer solutions.
Danone North AmericaView Profile
50% reduction in emission intensity on Danone’s full scope by 2030. 30% absolute reduction in Danone scope 1 and scope 2 emissions by 2030. Danone is meeting this challenge head on by aligning to Science-Based Targets and committing to zero net carbon emissions by 2050.
Dunkin’ Brands, Inc.View Profile
For our corporate facilities, we are committed to reduce energy user per square foot by 28%, compared to a 2013 baseline, by the end of 2020; and 30% by the end of 2025. For our corporate fleet, we are committed to increase fleet fuel efficiency by 9%, compared to a 2013 baseline, by the end of 2020; and 13% by the end of 2025.
Estée Lauder Companies, TheView Profile
By 2020, we will achieve Net Zero carbon emissions and RE100. By 2020, we will build upon our Net Zero carbon emissions commitment and set a science-based target (SBT) covering Scopes 1, 2 and 3.
FERRERO Technical Services S.r.l.View Profile
40% reduction of CO2 emissions from production activities (compared to 2007) [by 2020] 30% reduction of greenhouse gas emissions (tons of CO2eq) from transport and storage activities (compared to 2009) [by 2020]
General Mills, Inc.View Profile
General Mills has a science-based target to reduce absolute GHG emissions across our full value chain by 28% by 2025 ( compared to 2010). By 2050 our goal is to reduce GHG emissions in line with the intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change 2050 emission reduction guidance of 41-72% between 2010 and 2050.
Henkel CorporationView Profile
Our target is to make a 75-percent reduction in the carbon footprint of our production sites by 2030. We intend to achieve this by continuously improving our energy efficiency and by using electricity exclusively from renewable sources. We want to become climate-positive by 2040 by replacing the remaining fuels at our sites with CO2-free alternatives.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)View Profile
By 2025, reduce absolute manufacturing-related GHG emissions in our supply chain by 15% compared to 2016 levels. By 2025, minimize operational GHG emissions by 55% compared to 2016 levels.
Intertape Polymer GroupView Profile
IPG’s Energy Policy commits the Company to operate its facilities in an efficient, environmentally responsible, and safe manner; to reduce energy intensity by 2.5% per year and CO2 emissions by 3% per year, and to achieve this goal by implementing continuous improvement programs and employee training initiatives across the entire organization.
Kellogg Company, TheView Profile
By 2050, reduce absolute Scope 1 & 2 emissions in our operations (manufacturing, offices, warehouses, sales fleet) by 65%. By 2050, partner with our direct suppliers to help reduce their Scope 3 emissions by 50% (including agriculture). By 2020, reduce normalized greenhouse emissions in our plants by an additional 15%
By 2030, we will reduce by 50% on average and per finished product, the greenhouse gas emissions linked to the transport of our products, compared to 2016.
By 2030, we will innovate to enable our consumers to reduce the CO2 emissions resulting from the use of our products by 25% compared to 2016, on average and per finished product.
Milliken ChemicalView Profile
Our 2025 Planet Goals will reduce our global footprint in order to increase our global impact: ZERO waste to landfill, increase renewable energy use 10X, ZERO environmental violations, and reduce indexed greenhouse gas emissions, water usage, and solid waste by 25%.
Mondi Jackson LLCView Profile
Reduce Scope 1 and 2 GHG emissions 34% per tonne of saleable production by 2025 and 72% per tonne of saleable production by 2050, from a 2014 base year.
Reduce Scope 2 GHG emissions 39% per MWh by 2025 and 86% per MWh by 2050, from a 2014 base year.
Nestlé USAView Profile
In 2019, we committed to achieve zero net greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2050.
By 2020: Reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions (Scope 1 and 2) per tonne of product in every product category to achieve an overall reduction of 35% in our manufacturing operations versus 2010.
By 2020: Reduce GHG emissions per tonne of product by 10% in our distribution operations versus 2014.
By 2020: Reduce GHG emissions per tonne of product by 10% in the 100 major warehouses we use versus 2014.
SC JohnsonView Profile
SC Johnson has set an aggressive goal of further reducing GHG emissions 15 percent by 2020 from the base set in 2015.
Solvay Specialty Polymers USA, LLCView Profile
Solvay will double the rate at which we reduce emissions, with a goal of curbing greenhouse gas emissions by 26% and aligning its trajectory with the “well below 2°C temperature increase” goal outlined in the 2015 Paris Agreement [by 2030].
Stora Enso North American Sales Inc.View Profile
Stora Enso commits to reducing GHG emissions from operations by 31% per tonne of pulp, paper, and board produced by 2030, compared to a 2010 baseline.
To reduce emissions in our value chain, we also commit to ensuring 70% of our non-fibre suppliers and downstream transportation suppliers in terms of spend set their own GHG reduction targets by 2025, and adopt science-based GHG reduction targets by 2030. In addition, we will train 100% of our customer-facing staff on the advantages of setting science-based targets by 2020.
Reduce our absolute Scope 3 Retail Purchased Goods and Services GHG emisions by 30% below 2017 baseline levels by 2030
Ensure that 80% of our retail and non-retail suppliers by spend will set science-based reduction targets on their Scope 1 and 2 emissions by 2023.
U.S. Postal ServiceView Profile
Reduce Scope 1 and 2 emissions 25% by FY2025 (million MTCO2e) relative to a 2008 baseline Reduce Scope 3 emissions 30% by FY2025 (million MTCO2e) relative to a 2008 baseline Reduce fleet-wide per-mile GHG emissions 30% by 2025 relative to a 2014 baseline (g CO2e/mile)
We will become carbon positive in our manufacturing by 2030:
- We will source 100% of our energy across our operations** from renewable sources by 2030.
- We will source all our electricity purchased from the grid from renewable sources by 2020.
- We will eliminate coal from our energy mix by 2020.
- In order to achieve our target of carbon positive by 2030, we intend to directly support the generation of more renewable energy than we consume and make the surplus available to the markets and communities in which we operate.
- All newly built factories will aim to have less than half the impact of those in our 2008 baseline.
Halve the greenhouse gas impact of our products across the lifecycle by 2030
By 2020 CO2 emissions from energy from our factories will be at or below 2008 levels despite significantly higher volumes.
By 2020, CO2 emissions from our global logistics network will be at or below 2010 levels despite significantly higher volumes. This will represent a 40% improvement in CO2 efficiency.