As part of its commitment to a net zero carbon future, Frazer-Nash, has signed a letter of agreement with the Science Based Targets Initiative (SBTi), to reduce its business greenhouse gas emissions in line with limiting global warming to 1.5°C.
The SBTi provides companies with a clearly-defined path to reduce emissions in line with the Paris Agreement goals.
Speaking on the company’s commitment, Frazer-Nash Managing Director, Neil McDougall said:
“By signing up to this initiative, we join more than a thousand businesses around the world in making a public commitment to reduce our emissions based on climate science. We are also making an important statement about our commitment to our company values and our purpose, of helping organisations deliver innovative engineering and technology solutions to make lives safe, secure, sustainable and affordable.
“Our next step will be to establish our baseline, set a target and develop a decarbonisation plan that will ensure we deliver on our commitment.
“We have joined a growing group of leading companies that are demonstrating the highest level of ambition on climate and paving the way to a net-zero future. I know that my colleagues are invested in meeting this challenge; and are well positioned to work alongside clients that may wish to embrace lower carbon solutions as part of the support we provide."