EQS-News: Schaeffler AG: Climate targets validated by Science Based Targets initiative
Science-based climate targets The SBTi target validation team has classified and assessed the climate targets submitted to it by the Schaeffler Group ? and has concluded that they are in line with the targets of the Paris Agreement and therefore support the overarching goal of limiting global warming to 1.5 degree above pre-industrial levels. ?Limiting climate warming is a global task that can be accomplished only by working together,? says Schaeffler CEO Klaus Rosenfeld. ?We have consciously taken a science-based approach to our climate targets and are delighted at this recognition from the SBTi. In pursuing our Roadmap 2025 and our ambitious targets we are taking a path that, although challenging, is nevertheless absolutely vital.?
Clearly defined pathway for reducing greenhouse gas emissions The Schaeffler Group?s climate targets are science-based, as confirmed by the SBTi, and therefore provide a clearly defined pathway for reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Schaeffler has adopted these targets because it wants to prevent the worst effects of climate change and to futureproof business growth. The validation by the SBTi confirms that the Schaeffler Group?s targets and measures accord with the latest climate science, meaning they are fit for purpose in terms of achieving the goals of the Paris Agreement. Science-based climate targets also futureproof business growth and drive innovation and competitiveness. Consequently, validation by the SBTi boosts investor confidence and builds trust with customers.
The SBTi is a partnership between CDP, the United Nations Global Compact, World Resources Institute (WRI), and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF). It was established in 2015 to help companies set emissions reduction targets that are in line with climate science and the goals of the Paris Agreement.
SBTi's validation information will be posted on the SBTi website later this afternoon.
Full details of the Schaeffler Group?s commitment to sustainability are available in its latest sustainability report:www.schaeffler-sustainability-report.com/2021
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