Climate change is a defining critical issue facing the world today. It is a priority for our people, our clients and their stakeholders. We want to be part of the solution through the advice we give our clients and, importantly, how we operate as a firm.
Neal Wolin Group Chief Executive Officer
renewable electricity by 2025
reduction of absolute Scope 1 & 2 GHG emissions (direct emissions and purchased electricity) by 2028
target for reduction of travel Scope 3 GHG emissions per employee by 2028 (from a 2019 baseline)
suppliers having SBT by 2025
As the world’s leading critical issues firm, we work closely with clients across the world, supporting and enabling them to be positive actors on climate change and inspiring others to do the same by effectively communicating their commitments and actions.
We also recognize the importance of reducing the impact of our own carbon footprint. Since publicly signing up to the UN Business Ambition for 1.5°C and the UN Race to Zero in June 2020, we have worked to understand our carbon footprint as a firm.
We have set science-based targets to reduce our greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2028. To achieve this, we are taking steps to decarbonize our global operations, including our travel footprint.
Our targets have been validated by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi), which mobilizes organizations to set science-based targets and boost their competitive advantage in the transition to the low-carbon economy.
Each day, businesses and investors are responding to the challenge by committing to reducing their impact. Brunswick’s role is to help them engage meaningfully with the full range of stakeholders on Climate Change.Climate Hub
Our inaugural climate update sets out the progress we are making against our 2028 1.5°C aligned emissions reduction goals and net zero ambition pathway.Download the full update