You’re on the right path, but you’ve still got a long ways to go! Take your approach one step further by creating specific objectives to reduce emissions and an action plan to meet them on time.What does this score mean?
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|Supported Documents||Available data|
|Scope 1||14430 t.CO2e|
|Scope 2||31911 t.CO2e|
|Scope 3||2756937 t.CO2e|
|Report published on the CDP||❌|
|Report published on the ADEME website||❌|
How can I improve my score?
Analyze my scopes 1 & 2
Calculating the GHG emissions from scopes 1 and 2 allows you to assess the environmental impact of your company's activities and to identify the challenges caused by climate change. This is a way to initiate the company's climate strategy and to identify the first action steps to take.
Analyze my scope 3
Scope emissions 1 and 2 together are not sufficient enough to fully understand the environmental impact of a company. In fact, scope 3 emissions account for around 70 to 90% of a company’s carbon footprint. Therefore, it is essential for a company to optimize their supply chain.
Share my reports
If a company communicates their emissions, they can help their suppliers and customers to analyze their own scope 3 emissions - which are an essential component to understanding our environmental impact and to successfully transition to a low-carbon society. As a result, this helps to support a more responsible purchasing policy.
Define a trajectory and transition plan
Once all of your emissions have been calculated, a company will develop a “climate strategy.” This requires clarifying reduction targets in conjunction with the Paris Agreement and the development of an action plan: which will include environmental measures, mobilization of human and financial resources, raising employee awareness, engaging, and the development of carbon contribution projects.