Deloitte is committed to addressing the urgent climate crisis with achievable, measurable and science-based actions. In that spirit and with the determination to “drive climate action fast” Deloitte, with the guidance of the Climate Group, a non-profit organisation that works with business and government leaders around the world to address climate change, has committed to all three core initiatives that support renewable electricity (RE100), electric vehicles adoption (EV100) and energy efficiency/productivity (EP100) within our organisation globally. Deloitte is among only 12 other companies who have made this triple commitment.
Aligned with Deloitte’s existing pledge to achieve net-zero emissions by 2030 as part of our WorldClimate initiative, we are constantly evolving our business practices to meet new demands, develop innovative solutions and foster an environment that leads by example, toward a low-carbon economy. Our commitments to the Climate Group’s initiatives, taken together, are an example of our efforts in action to hold ourselves accountable and drive responsible climate choices within our organisation and beyond. But these targets aren’t theoretical, the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) validated Deloitte’s greenhouse gas reduction goals in 2020 - goals that we developed in line with the Paris Agreement’s 1.5°C scenario. And we are working with other governmental and non-governmental actors to leverage our size and scale as part of the Race to Zero, building momentum for our peers to reach zero emissions by 2050.
We aim to achieve the goals established by the Climate Group’s RE100, EV100 and EP100 initiatives, through our WorldClimate strategy and our ongoing work with Deloitte’s clients, suppliers and other stakeholders, to accelerate our net-zero transition.
Taken together, these three initiatives serve as an ecosystem that support the power of collaboration, by encouraging collective action with clients, competitors and suppliers alongside the advancement of Deloitte's own goals.