Low-carbon Strategy

Climate strategy and roadmap

What does implementing a climate roadmap mean?   

Step 1: Scoping the low-carbon strategy

  • Contextualise carbon-related issues according to your business model
  • Define your scope of carbon issues 
  • Assess the short-term and long-term risks and opportunities related to regulations, carbon prices, market trends (low-carbon innovations, resources' increasing prices, labels...) as well as reputation and environmental physical risks

  • Estimate the possibilities of reduction: quantify, develop scenarios, understand the main action levers. 


Step 2: Implementing reduction targets

  • Define your ambition, your mid-term and long-term objectives (in line with the 1.5°C, carbon neutrality, SBTI, etc...)
  • Define the operational objectives:
    • The scope of emissions: transports, energy, etc...
    • The objective's base (indicator): volume, intensity
    • The level of ambitions : 19%, 50gCO2/m² …
    • Planning : from 2020 to 2030 / from 2020 to 2050


Step 3: Deployment of your road map

  • Implementing a managing system (governance, follow-up indicators, incentives, etc...) ans tools to pilot your reduction targets.
  • Define an operational action plan adapted to your sector and jobs
  • Lead projects and pilot their development
  • « Never forget to fund your deployment »