Trimble has announced its commitment to reduce absolute scope 1 and 2 Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions 50 percent by 2030, with 2019 as the base year. This is in line with the ambitious goals of the Paris Agreement and a net-zero future to keep global temperature increase to 1.5°C.
It is also committed to achieve 100 percent annual sourcing of renewable electricity by 2025. The company has received approval of its emissions reduction targets by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi), a coalition of the CDP, the United Nations Global Compact, World Resources Institute and the World Wide Fund for Nature, joining a growing number of companies taking urgent action on climate change.
“Since 1978, Trimble's industry-specific solutions have helped businesses accomplish more, while promising a lower environmental impact. As the need for sustainability becomes more urgent in the India and around the world, we are putting sustainability at the front and center of everything we do at Trimble. We remain committed to acting quickly to protect the environment and make society more resilient, productive, and connected. Our Sustainability Report details this vision, and our solutions meet the highest sustainability standards and help develop sustainable projects.” said Paul Wallett, Regional Director, Trimble Solutions, India and Middle East.
Trimble’s 2021 Sustainability Report highlights that the company’s technology solutions enable greater accuracy, less rework, and increased efficiency across industries, and therefore yield fuel savings that are estimated to prevent over seven million metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions annually. The company’s integrated solutions span key segments that play a critical role in day-to-day life, including buildings and infrastructure solutions for connected construction, geospatial, resources and utilities, and transportation.