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Tackling climate change

We dragen bij aan een meer koolstofarme en duurzame wereld door het verminderen en onze CO2-uitstoot

Onze CO2-voetafdruk

De CO2-voetafdruk van de directe en indirecte emmissies (scope 1, 2 en 3) bestaat uit een aantal belangrijke componenten waarvan de procentuele samenstelling jaarlijks geleidelijk verandert als gevolg van het toepassen van de CO2-reductieprogramma.

De koolstofemissie van de Atos in Nederland (scope 1, 2 en 3) t.o.v. referentie jaar 2019 met -43% gedaald. Ten opzichte van 2020 heeft Atos Nederland ruimschoots haar carbon reductiedoelstelling gehaald, namelijk het resultaat is 23% reductie tov het voorgaande jaar.

3.C.1. Sustainability Dashboard External

Een speerpunt van Atos is het verlagen van de CO2-voetafdruk en het minimaliseren van de impact op het milieu. Naast dat alle locaties van Atos Nederland ISO14001 zijn gecertificeerd, De organisatie wil CO2 Prestatieladder certificering aantonen dat de CO2-emissies in de bedrijfsketen worden gereduceerd met het decarbonisatie-programma.

Baanbrekende CO2 Reductie bij Atos in Nederland

Our roadmap to net-zero

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CO2 in scope 1 and 2 under control

Atos’ absolute CO2e emissions are reduced by -50% between 2012 and 2018

2019

CO2 under control and influence

Atos offset 100% of its carbon operational perimeter 50/50 carbon capture and wind-farms projects

2020

-25 % in the Netherlands
vs baseline 2019

Of which:
–20 % structural
–5% Covid-19 impact

2021

-43 % in the Netherlands
vs baseline 2019

Atos commits to Net Zero emissions as early as 2039 (i.e. 22 years ahead of the Paris COP 21 Agreement)

2025

-50 %
vs baseline 2019

Reaching SBT milestone 5 years in advance

2039

Net-Zero by 2039 the latest

Reduction of 90% of the emissions (bsl 2019)
Removing the 10% residual emissions

Reaching Paris agreement 11 years in advance

Carbon Reduction Dashboard

Ambitie – emissiereductie naar Net Zero

Decarbonization ambition: In 2022 Atos confirms its commitment to reduce its emissions by 50% between 2019 and 2025 and by 90% by 2039 at the latest (11 years before the SBTi recommendation).

Welke strategieën worden gevolgd om deze ambitie te realiseren?

Energy and climate neutral which applies to our own energy consumption

Climate neutrality applicable to carbon emission in our procurement chain (scope 3)

De weg naar de CO2-Prestatieladder certificering op ambitieniveau 5

Hoofddoelstellingen

  • Offset / compensate / counterbalance
  • Reduce carbon emissions sources
  • Increase the use of low carbon energy
  • Carbon emissions by 2025 50% reduced (bsl 2019)

Nederlandse doelstellingen

Scope 1 & 2 carbon emissiereductie op jaarbasis van een gemiddelde van 8% (Y-1)
Scope 3 carbon emissiereductie op jaarbasis van een gemiddelde 6% (Y-1)

Algemene reductiemaatregelen

  • Building awareness on carbon emissions insights
  • Stimulate Electric Driving
  • Favorise Remote working
  • Sustainability in Procurement – green suppliers
  • Switch to renewable or decarbonized energy
  • Internal Carbon Pricing

Waar staan we in de richting van 2025?

CO2-uitstoot in kton eCO2 naar de hoofddoelstelling in 2025 – met 2019 als referentiejaar.

Year 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025
Expected 216,58 198,53 180,48 162,43 144,38 126,34 108,29
Total 3 scopes 216,58 160,03 123,51        

Carbon Reduction Expected vs Actual

CO2 emissions per categorie – FY 21 – Totaal 121 kton eCO2 per jaar

  • 6% Electricity
  • 0% DC
  • 4% Travel Car
  • 0% Travel Plane
  • 57% Sell Goods
  • 32% Sold Goods
  • 1% Travel Other

Atos in Nederland presenteert de vooruitgang in de GHG-emissie reductie in Scope 1, 2 en 3.

In de berekeningen is de zogenaamde “Spend-based method” gehanteerd. De geproduceerde emissies in scope 3 zijn geschat op basis van verzameling aan gegevens over de economische waarde van gekochte goederen en diensten, Deze waarden zijn vermenigvuldigd met relevante secundaire (bijv. sectorgemiddelde) emissiefactoren.

Source van de cijfers is 3.C.1. Sustainability Dashboard External
In de onderstaande tabel “GHG emissions reduction trends” zijn absolute cijfers weergegeven.

 

Evolutie 2019-2021:

GHG Protocol Scopes Evolution 2020-2019 Evolution 2021-2020 Evolution 2019-2021
Scope 1 -48% -78% -89%
Scope 2 -31% -17% -43%
Scope 3 -24% -22% -41%
Scopes 1,2, 3 -26% -23% -43%

 

GHG emissions reduction trends:

GHG Protocol Scopes Emission sources 2021 2020 2019
GHG Protocol Scope 1.
Emission under Atos’s direct control
Fossil fuels, Atos car fleet
and refrigerant gases
1061 tCO2
(0,9% to total)
4865 tCO2
(3.0% to total)
9303 tCO2
(4,3% to total)
GHG Protocol Scope 2.
Emission under Atos’s direct control
Electricity and district heating 13474 tCO2
(10,9% to total)
16226 tCO2
(10,1% to total)
23553 tCO2
(10,9% to total)
GHG Protocol Scope 3.
All 15 categories.
Emissions under Atos’s influence
Atos Supply Chain
(C1&2), use of sold products (C11),
and all other small emission sources.
108797 tCO2
(88,3% to total
138939 tCO2
(86,8% to total)
183713 tCO2
(84,8% to total)
All GHG Protocol Scopes All emission sources
(in million tons)
123514 tCO2
(100%)
160030 tCO2
(100%)
216275 tCO2
(100%)

Talk to us

Muriël van Mameren

Corporate Responsibility
& Sustainability Manager Benelux & The Nordics

muriel.vanmameren@atos.net

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