GHG Emission Disclosure

The companies in the Haga Initiative report their emissions in a joint GHG Emission Disclosure. In the report, the companies disclose their corporate targets, climate impact and actions to meet the targets.

A comprehensive climate strategy requires that emissions from a company’s operations are measured properly. The data disclosed in the report are calculated based on the Greenhouse Gas Protocol, an international greenhouse gas accounting standard. The GHG Protocol is a universal framework that only provides general instructions. Therefore, the Haga Initiaitve has developed a calculation matrix for its members in order to increase transparency and provide each company with a tool to calculate emissions from its specific countries of operations.

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Reduced Emissions

The companies in the Haga Initiative have all pledged to reduce emissions by at least 40 percent until 2020 and to achieve net zero emissions by 2030. This does not inhibit the companies’ competitiveness - on the contrary.

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