"Airbus has set a net zero target for 2030, which includes a 60% reduction in emissions by that year compared to a 2015 baseline. Net Zero Tracker This target covers both scope 1 and scope 2 emissions, but it is not specified if scope 3 emissions are included. Net Zero Tracker An interesting fact about Airbus's environmental policy is that it allows for traded credits (offsets) from outside its territory or value chain to meet the target, provided they are certified by the Gold Standard, Verra, Verified Carbon Standard, or Climate, Community and Biodiversity Standards. Net Zero Tracker In addition, …"
Carbon emissions are estimated according to comparable years, intensity and sector
Performance vs. Target
Note: Targets without baseline are ignored. In case several targets
exist, only the shorter-term target is
Value Chain (scope 3) Emissions by Category
Emissions Trajectory (Full Scopes)
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Note: Latest GHG and revenue data (based on tradingview.com) are used to calculate GHG
emissions intensity by sector. The color scale of each bubble depends on the GHG intensity (GHG emissions per 1
million USD revenue).
Sectors follow the Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS) that organize companies based on their primary
business activities. The 11 sectors are : Information Technology, Health Care, Financials, Consumer
Discretionary, Communication Services, Industrials, Consumer Staples, Energy, Utilities, Real Estate, and
Airbus commits to reduce absolute scope 1 and 2 GHG emissions 63% by 2030 from a 2015 base year* **. Airbus also commits to reduce scope 3 GHG emissions from the use of sold products 46% per RPK by 2035 from a 2015 base year* **. *Non-CO2e effects which may also contribute to aviation induced warming are not included in this target. Airbus SE commits to report publicly on its collaboration with stakeholders to improve understanding of opportunities to mitigate the non-CO2e impacts of aviation annually over its target timeframe.**The target boundary includes biogenic emissions and removals from bioenergy feedstocks.