Climate Action Plan
Create Your Decarbonization Strategy and Roadmap
In response to increasing expectations from consumers, investors, employees, and other key stakeholders, corporate climate commitments are at an all-time high. But committing to cut emissions and executing on those claims are two very different things. With so much ambiguity around climate action, many businesses find themselves stuck on how to actually get started.
Our team will guide you through the smoke and mirrors of the decarbonization landscape. You’ll walk away with a climate action plan tailored to your unique needs, providing you a realistic and well-aligned strategy for communicating progress, reducing your emissions impact, and delivering on your commitments.
With SBC’s Climate Action Plan Services, you can:
- Set actionable and realistic climate goals
- Communicate credibly and transparently with stakeholders
- Attract and retain talent in an increasingly competitive market
- Engage and unite internal teams and departments
- Align your efforts with best practices and industry standards to mitigate risks of greenwashing
- Analyze numerous emissions reduction scenarios to quantify triple bottom-line impact
- Identify short and long-term emissions reduction levers
- Fully integrate decarbonization efforts into your business strategy
- Create a game plan for tackling Scope 3 or value chain emissions
“SBC’s top-notch facilitation and strategic planning skills helped us cut through the myriad of potential opportunities and enabled us to get down to work with an achievable action plan.”
– Brian Surratt, Former Business Development Director, City of Seattle
Climate Action in Practice
As a business, you have a responsibility to be transparent about your commitments. But with so much climate jargon out there, this can be a real challenge. Here are a few commons terms to help you understand the climate action landscape:
To reach “Net Zero,” a business must reduce
scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions to zero or to a
residual level that is aligned with limiting
global temperature rise to 1.5°C.
A climate positive business goes beyond
net zero by removing additional CO2 from
the atmosphere through projects such as reforestation and carbon storage.
Companies can account for unavoidable
emissions by purchasing carbon offsets – this strategy should be used after your initial