Can Ball Corp. slash emissions? They seem to tin-k so

The firm aims to cut its emissions by around 27% by 2030

Molson Coors brews up science-based targets

The international brewer has developed a 2025 goal to halve its operational carbon emissions

Mahindra Group companies commit to science-based climate targets

The Science Based Targets initiative helps companies determine how much emissions need to be reduced in line with the Paris climate agreement

Target aims for 100% renewable energy

US retailer Target aims to source 100% renewable energy for its domestic operations. It is part of its wider climate policy, which includes reducing emissions from its facilities by 25% by 2025 by ramping up its use of solar and wind power. It also aims to increase the energy efficiency of heating and lighting in […]

Science based carbon reduction targets go Dutch

The first Dutch company has had its science based targets officially approved. Energy company Eneco Group has had its commitment to reducing greenhouse gas emissions from its electricity by 25% by 2020 (against a 2012 baseline) certified by the Science Based Targets Initiative (SBTI). The group also approved plans to cut emissions from Eneco’s gas and district heating systems by 16% per household and […]

First property firm gets science-based targets approved

The first property company in the world has had its Science Based Targets approved. Land Securities, the UK’s largest listed commercial real estate company, has had its commitment to cut emissions by 80% by 2050 certified by the Science Based Targets Initiative (SBTI). The initiative is a collaboration between the WWF, UN Global Compact, CDP and the World […]