Worldline - 2020 Universal Registration Document
EXTRA-FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF PERFORMANCE Reducing our environmental footprint
Defining SBT to strengthen D.22.214.171.124 our carbon reduction programmes In 2019, Worldline has set its own Science Based Targets (baseline 2018) to reduce its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in a pace that meets the well below 2-degree trajectory requirements by the end of the century compared to pre-industrial levels. These targets were officially approved by the SBT initiative which gathers four organisations: the World Resources Institute, the WWF, the CDP and the Global Compact. Using the ACA (Absolute Contraction Approach) methodology, Worldline has committed to three tangible and long term targets: Reduce its absolute CO 2 emissions by 2.67% each year, 1. which implies an absolute reduction at constant scope (scope 1+2+3A) of 19% of its CO 2 emissions by 2025 (compared to 2018), i.e. a reduction of 1,883 tCO 2 e; Reduce its absolute CO 2 emissions by 2.67% each year, 2. which implies an absolute reduction at constant scope
(scope 1+2+3A) of 45% of its CO 2 emissions by 2035 (compared to 2018), i.e. a reduction of 4,573 tCO 2 e; Strongly encouraging Worldline 100 main suppliers to 3. define their own SBT objectives, which thus covers above 95% of Worldline scope 3 that is the most significant scope for Worldline in terms of GHG emissions. Setting these targets has enabled Worldline to better structure its environmental programmes - their ambition and targets -, to better monitor and prevent GHG emissions by prioritising most relevant actions to reduce them. These substantive works (climate risks analysis and the setting of SBT) have been for Worldline an opportunity to better measure the carbon intensity of its activities, to challenge and redefine its environmental strategy regarding its key programmes notably relating to energy efficiency, sustainable mobility, renewable energies supply detailed hereafter.
Worldline carbon footprint D.5.2.2
Our carbon footprint methodology D.126.96.36.199 Since 2014, the Company has calculated its carbon footprint using the most widely adopted standard: the Green House Gas (GHG) emissions protocol. This approach covers GHG emissions across a scope that extends to the entire value chain, including Scopes 1, 2 and 3.
Worldline’s carbon footprint In 2020, Worldline’s emissions for its operational activities (Scopes 1+2+3A) worldwide amounted to 8,626 tons of CO 2 e [GRI 305-4] . Taking into account all Scopes [1+2+3A+3B], Worldline’s total emissions amount to 432,979 tons CO 2 .
OTHER INDIRECT GHG EMISSIONS SCOPE 3A Worldline has calculated its Scope 3 emissions dividing them into two categories: Scope 3A (operational scope): covering Worldline’s other emissions under control or direct influence, including emissions from offices, data centers and business travels. = 3,905 tons of CO 2 emissions, representing 45% of the Worldline’s operational emissions (Scope 1+2+3A) in 2020. Scope 3B (all other scope emissions): regrouping other categories not under Worldline direct control or influence. The methodology for calculating Scope 3 emissions relies on the “Scope 3 calculator” created by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol and Quantis. INDIRECT GHG EMISSIONS SCOPE 2 Electricity and district heating consumption in Worldline offices and data centers* = 1,106 tons of CO 2 emissions, representing 13% of the Worldline’s operational emissions (Scope 1+2+3A) in 2020. Worldline Scope 2 emissions calculation is based on the Greenhouse Gas Protocol protocol using the market-based conversion factors (directly delivered by the energy providers). DIRECT GHG EMISSIONS SCOPE 1 42% Combustion of fossil fuels used for the energy consumption of Worldline offices, data centers and business travel (notably company cars) = 3,615 tons of CO 2 emissions in 2020, representing 42% of the Worldline’s operational emissions (Scope 1+2+3A) in 2020. 13%
Universal Registration Document 2020
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