Reduce the gas emissions

  • CSR: SPIE's commitments to help limit climate change to 1.5 degrees approved by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) | SPIE

    SPIE is committed to reducing the greenhouse gas emissions generated by its activities (scope 1 and 2) by 25 % by 2025. Two-thirds of its indirect emissions (scope 3- mostly purchasing) should originate from suppliers with ambitious targets in terms of reducing their carbon footprint. Contacts
  • Environment | SPIE

    The Group also reduces greenhouse gas emissions from its multi-technical services... Since 2009, SPIE has been identifying and quantifying the significant greenhouse gas emissions associated with its activities and taking action to reduce them
  • SPIE and Royal HaskoningDHV, ready for a sustainable industry | SPIE

    Within the 10 upcoming years, the objective is to reduce net greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55 % 1... "To be carbon neutral in 2050, the industry needs to continue to significantly reduce its greenhouse gas emissions
  • SPIE supports the initiative European Alliance for a Green Recovery | SPIE

    In this context, European political decision makers, CEOs, business organisations, trade unions and think tanks, call today the United States to fulfil its ambitions by adopting a climate goal of reducing by at least 50 % greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 (compared to 2005 levels)... In March 2020, SPIE announced its objective to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the Group's operations (scopes 1 and 2) by 25 % by 2025 (from a 2019 base year)
  • Digitalisation of Facility Management: users at the heart of our concerns | SPIE

    These concerns, combined with the new regulatory requirements aimed at achieving targets in terms of reducing greenhouse gas emissions, are the main drivers of the Facility Management market. The real challenge is therefore to offer accessible tools, including to people who do not necessarily have any great technical knowledge, so building managers can ensure optimal management and occupants can become stakeholders in their environment