Geotab Receives SBTi Validation in Its Fight for Emission

 Geotab Receives SBTi Validation in Its Fight for Emission

Through actions like this, the company confirms its environmental commitments.

Geotab Inc. became the first telematics company to have its emissions reduction targets validated and approved by the Science Based Targets (SBTi) initiative. These goals meet the necessary criteria to keep global temperature rise limited to 1.5°C, the most ambitious goal of the Paris Agreement. The company published its 2021 Sustainability Report, committing to take climate action and move the world towards a more sustainable future. Validated by SBTi, Geotab commits to reducing absolute Scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas by 50% by 2030 from the base year of 2019

“At Geotab we not only believe in sustainability but we are also convinced that it is the core of our purpose. We are proud to be the first specialized telematics provider to receive SBTi validation. We are committed to the transparent measurement of our own carbon emissions while supporting our customers and suppliers on their own journeys. Together, we can make smarter decisions and do better things for our planet," shared Neil Cawse, CEO and founder of Geotab. 

Guided by its mission to help companies accelerate their rate of carbon reduction and amplify their sustainability efforts, Geotab provides access to a comprehensive set of tools powered by the largest dataset for electric vehicle performance in the world. , including the Electric Vehicle Adoption Report, the Green Fleet Dashboard, the Electric Vehicle Range Temperature Tool, and the Electric Vehicle Battery Degradation Tool.

Through its technology, the company inspires confidence and supports companies in making smart and sustainable decisions that benefit their organization, the community, and the planet in general. Committed to safeguarding the future, the SBTi defines best practices in science-based target setting to help move businesses towards a low-carbon economy. In 2019, the organization launched The Business Ambition for 1.5°C campaign, in collaboration with the United Nations Global Compact and the We Mean business coalition. The campaign is an urgent call to avoid the most serious effects of climate change.