Our commitment to reducing emissions in line with the Paris Agreement

As part of the ACTICO Group, Fact is committed to pursuing ambitious emission reduction targets within the framework of the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi). The SBTi registration is another milestone for Fact and the entire Group within the existing CSR strategy, which will help us to play an active role in limiting the global temperature rise.

What is the Science Based Targets initiative?

The SBTi is a pioneering partnership between the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), the World Resources Institute (WRI) and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF). The not-for-profit organisation ensures that companies set their climate targets in line with the latest scientific findings, based on the requirements deemed necessary to keep global warming below critical levels

Our targets

As a registered company, we are committed to achieving concrete, measurable targets in relation to the emissions generated along our value chain. The defined targets are based on clear scientific principles and are linked to the effectiveness in terms of the overall target. Specifically, as part of the target validation process for small and medium-sized enterprises, the ACTICO Group is committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions generated in certain areas (Scope 1 and 2) by 42% by 2030 and measuring and reducing other emissions (Scope 3).

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Scope 1

refers to direct emissions, such as those generated by the company’s own facilities, company vehicles or processes.

Scope 2

covers indirect emissions, such as those produced from the purchase of electricity, steam, heating and cooling for the company’s own use.

Scope 3

refers to emissions generated by upstream and downstream activities, such as employee commuting, purchased goods and services, investments and leased assets.

Fact actively promotes the achievement of these targets. Many of our current measures are already making an important contribution, including:

  • Reducing business trips and drawing up a travel policy that designates the train as the favoured means of transport
  • Switching the company’s fleet to electric vehicles
  • Introducing a hybrid working model that cuts journeys and the associated carbon emissions
  • Using only green electricity from 100% renewable energy sources
  • Selecting partner companies that are also committed to achieving climate targets, such as our data centre operator Azure, which has been carbon-neutral since 2012 and wants to switch to solely renewable energy by 2025

Working together for a sustainable future

We invite our customers and partners to join us on this journey. Together, we can have a significant impact on the future of our planet and actively tackle the challenges of climate change.

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