Science-Based Targets (SBTs)

What are Science-Based Targets (SBTs)?

Science-Based Targets (SBTs) are emission reduction goals set by companies to align with the latest climate science. These targets are deemed necessary to limit global warming and meet the objectives of the Paris Agreement.

How are Science-Based Targets determined?

SBTs are determined by assessing a company’s historical emissions, considering its contribution to climate change. Targets are then set based on the company’s capacity to reduce emissions in line with what is required to limit global temperature rise.

What role does technology play in achieving Science-Based Targets?

Technology plays a crucial role in achieving Science-Based Targets (SBTs) by enabling companies to measure, track, and reduce emissions more accurately. Innovations in renewable energy, carbon capture, and sustainable practices are instrumental in meeting ambitious climate goals.

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