Industrial technology company Trimble has made a commitment to reduce absolute Scope 1 and 2 emissions by 50% by 2030, compared to 2019 levels.
It also aims to reduce absolute Scope 3 emissions from fuel and energy-related activities, business travel and upstream transportation and distribution by 50% by 2030.
In addition, it has committed to partner with 70% of its suppliers by emissions covering purchased goods and services and capital goods to set science-based targets by 2026.
Trimble has also set a target to source 100% renewable energy for its operations by 2025.
Leah Lambertson, Senior Vice President and head of Sustainability, Trimble said: “Setting ambitious yet achievable climate targets are part of our commitment to reducing Trimble’s carbon footprint.
“Embedding our climate action goals into Trimble’s operational choices will help ensure that our decision making and growth plans are consistent with our low carbon vision.
Today’s commitments are important steps in our journey to delivering growth in a responsible and sustainable way to achieve a net zero future.”