Carbon targets are used by many companies to drive internal management programmes ensuring that real carbon reductions are made and commercial value is created.
Setting carbon reduction targets is used by companies, brands, manufacturers and governments to demonstrate an ongoing commitment to sustainability, drive performance and engage stakeholder in coordinated action. Due to the differences in operating models for different businesses and organizations, framing reduction targets can be very business-specific. For example the choice of absolute reduction targets (reductions of total greenhouse gas emissions) versus intensity targets (carbon emissions reduction in relation to another unit of business or economic performance –GDP, turnover, output volume, floorspace or staff) is one consideration. In Asian markets, the clear trend is towards intensity based approaches.
RESET Carbon helps clients set targets by drawing on carbon footprint and energy audit data, as well as an in-depth consultation with key staff to understand your business growth vision, budget and existing footprint management capacity.
What you get:
- Proposed carbon targets (separated for internal and external communication use where appropriate) that are achievable, clearly driving change within the business beyond ‘business as usual’ and communications-ready
- Roadmap to achieving the targets and interim milestones (based on energy management plan and carbon audits)
- Economic analysis and costs assessment (based on energy management plan and carbon audits)
- Communications strategy, for example, PR activities, Carbon Disclosure Project and other international reporting framework.
Why RESET Carbon:
- Experience across a range of sectors and an understanding of setting carbon targets in mobile and rapidly growing Asian market conditions.
- Our experienced energy management team can provide ongoing support with implementation going forward.
- Our marketing and communications staff can ensure that branding opportunities are maximised.
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