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REDUCING GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS
Update to the 1.5°C Business Playbook on exponential climate action
Centre is lead partner in the Exponential Roadmap Initiative, designed to help companies and organisations halve global greenhouse gas emissions by 2030
The 1.5°C Business Playbook is a spin-off from the Exponential Roadmap, a science based cross-sector collaboration launched in 2018. It highlights 36 solutions with exponential scaling potential to halve global greenhouse gas emissions by 2030.
The 1.5°C Business Playbook guides companies and organisations of all sizes to exponential climate action and helps them align with the 1.5°C ambition. It is a concrete tool to facilitate the first step of halving emissions, and focuses on simplicity and speed.
The playbook is based on four pillars: to reduce own emissions, reduce value chain emissions, integrate climate in business strategy, and influence climate action in society.
The second version of the Playbook has been updated based on the feedback from scientists, innovators, NGOs and business leaders, to ensure that it stays relevant across supply chains and is anchored in the latest development and science.
Says Line Gordon, director at the Stockholm Resilience Centre:
“Serving the needs of all within the planetary boundaries is a complex challenge but we need simple tools and rules of thumb that can guide us forward. That is why we are proud to be part of this collaborative and iterative effort between science and the private sector.”
Podcast: What it takes to make science and business connect
General news | 2023-11-30
“We need to transition back within all Planetary Boundaries”
Phase out fossil fuels, transform the food system, and remove pressures on all planetary boundaries — in a just way. Centre researchers send a clear message to all participants at COP28
General news | 2023-11-28
Putting resilience at the heart of COP28
Stockholm Resilience Centre will host and join a range of activities at COP28. The participation is done in close collaboration with the Global Resilience Partnership and our development programme SwedBio
General news | 2023-11-27
First Swedish national citizen assembly on climate could show the way to transformation
Can a citizen assembly come up with ideas on how Sweden could live up to the Paris Agreement? This will be tested in a new collaboration of Swedish universities, which Stockholm Resilience Centre is a part of
General news | 2023-11-15
Researchers from the Centre listed among the world’s most cited
Four researchers associated with Stockholm Resilience Centre made it onto the 2023 Clarivate Analytics overview, a ranking of the most cited scientists in the world
Research news | 2023-11-14
Norms must change in order for academia to walk the talk on sustainability, new paper argues
Sustainability research is rarely sustainable, neither for the planet nor for academics, argues a new paper. In it, researchers call for a rethink of current norms and practices
Research news | 2023-11-13
New research maps 14 potential evolutionary dead ends for humanity and ways to avoid them
Humankind risks getting stuck in 14 evolutionary dead ends, ranging from global climate tipping points to misaligned artificial intelligence, chemical pollution, and accelerating infectious diseases