The company takes systematic action at the corporate or site level as well as along the value chain to protect the climate more effectively.
In order to avoid and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the emissions are systematically recorded, documented and evaluated at least at the corporate level. Internationally accepted standards (GHG Protocol, ISO 14064) shall be used as methodology, with the minimum requirement being that all scope 1 and 2 emissions are recorded in accordance with the GHG Protocol. The aim is to take as much primary data as possible as a basis.
- Corporate carbon footprint (e.g., according to GHG Protocol or ISO 14064); critical review
- Data on site-specific greenhouse gas emissions resulting from energy consumption (including transport fuels) and refrigerant losses (e.g., based on ISO 50001, a product life cycle assessment, energy balance or product carbon footprint)
- Climate protection program including targets, measures and collaboration with stakeholders