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Science Based Targets(SBI)は持続可能性にどのような指針を示すか

How Science-Based Targets Offer Direction for Sustainability Performance

 

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Guidehouse (旧Navigant Research)
ガイドハウス
2018年12月US$1,800
1-5ユーザライセンス(PDF)
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米国調査会社ナビガントリサーチ(Navigant Research)の調査レポート「Science Based Targets(SBI)は持続可能性にどのような指針を示すか」は、二酸化炭素排出削減目標設定に関する現状と、持続可能性に関する企業活動から導き出される教訓を記載している。企業が改めて省エネに注力するために、このようなターゲットがどのような役割を果たすかについて論じている。低炭素社会転換への対策を勝ち取るための動向を先取りして省エネを最適化することのできる、持続可能性に関する専門家たちへの助言も記載している。

The goal of the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) is to reform emissions targets for corporations around the world. Launched in 2015 during the international climate negotiations in Paris, France (UNFCCC COP 21), SBTi employs the international reduction paths that recommend cutting levels to avoid a 1.5°C to 2°C rise in global average surface temperatures. Nearly 4 years later, the results and corporate gains are relatively unknown and indefinite.

In the mid-1990s, many companies decided to take action on global climate change and began by setting and meeting emissions reduction targets. They were spurred by several motivators, including NGO initiatives driving commitments, business pressures tied to cost savings and regulation, investor demands for sustainability solutions, and a reduction in fossil fuel reliance. These catalysts are still relevant in a new era of science-based target (SBT) setting. SBTi independently assesses and validates corporate emissions reduction targets against the latest climate science. The initiative strives to have companies set transparent targets that are grounded in relevance for sectors and companies, moving toward accountability throughout value chains, upstream and downstream.

This Navigant Research report takes stock of the current domain for emissions reduction target setting and the lessons to draw from corporate activities on this sustainability topic. The study discusses how targets can compel companies to refocus on energy savings. Navigant Research also provides recommendations for how sustainability specialists can take advantage of trends and optimize energy savings as a winning measure for the low carbon transition.

Key Questions Addressed
  • What can be learned from the evolution of corporate sustainability and emissions reduction targets? 
  • What constitutes a science-based target (SBT)?
  • What is the role of energy savings in a suite of measures to achieve an SBT?
  • How can campaigns, performance indicators, partnerships, a strategic vision, and business value all play a part when structuring a climate action plan?
  • What lessons can be learned from select US companies about SBTs and energy savings?
Who Needs This Report
  • Corporate sustainability specialists
  • Manufacturers and corporations
  • Utilities
  • Energy service providers
  • Nongovernmental organizations                  
  • Investor community

 



目次

Spark

Context

Recommendations

Definitions

Science-Based Targets

Science Based Targets Initiative

Energy Savings

Continuous Improvement

Efficiency Services Agreement

Negawatts

Adopt Science-Based Targets and Avoid Implementation Missteps

Respond to Rising Pressures and the Push for SBTs

Structure Abatement Programs That Are Relevant to the Business and Beyond

Develop a Campaign for Emissions Abatement (Walmart)

Define and Commit to Performance Indicators to Monitor Performance (The Coca-Cola Company)

Invest in Third-Party Partnerships to Realize Emissions Reductions

Create a Strategic Vision to Mobilize Internal Action

Procter & Gamble

General Mills

HP Inc.

Commit to SBT Steps That Deliver Business Value

Address Energy Savings as a Must Have

Emphasize the Value of a Portfolio of SBT Strategies

Find Partnerships from New Directions

Acknowledge the Changing Velocity of Ambition

Be Mindful of Enterprise Management System Logic

Why Are We Waiting?

 

List of Charts and Figures

  • Coca-Cola System Energy Use Ratio and Emissions Ratio: 2007-2017 
  • Carbon Productivity Portfolio

 

 

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