our carbon Emissions
In 2021, G4S UK announced its commitment to achieving net-zero carbon emissions, and partnered with Corporate Citizenship (a global consulting firm, specializing in responsible and sustainable business) to develop a full road map and Science Based Targets to cover the businesses Scope 1 and 2 emissions and the relevant Scope 3 emissions.
By 2030, G4S UK will:
► Reduce absolute Scope 1 & 2 GHG emissions by at least 42%
► Reduce absolute Scope 3 emissions by 25%*
(*) Categories: Purchased Goods & Services and Capital Goods – Represent 87% of Scope 3 emissions
By 2050, or sooner, G4S UK will meet all net-zero global targets.
|Total GHG emissions t/CO2e||316,857||320,795||437,357|
|UK GHG emissions||25,455||26,875||42,238|
|Vehicles (inc refrigerant)||18,135||20,082||29,418|
|Total Buildings (inc refrigerant)||7,150||6,403||12,098|
|- Inc electricity emissions of||4,208||4,440||7,788|
|- Electricity (Market based)||622||6,614||11,608|
We use Green House Gas protocol methodology to undertake a measurement of our Scope 1 and Scope 2 carbon emissions – vehicle fleet, fuel, refrigerants, and electricity usage for G4S occupied businesses over which we have operational control on an annual basis. In addition we also measure Scope 3 emissions from employee business air travel.
Reducing energy in our UK business
Carbon and energy management
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G4S sustainability ReportS
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