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European Climate Pact

Overview

Location

Netherlands

Sector

Construction

Organisation type
Business

North Star pledges

Emissions

Have an officially validated science-based emissions reduction targets aligned with a 1.5°C scenario (scope 1+2) in line with the SBTi Criteria and Recommendations

Royal BAM Group nv has a target to reduce intensity of Scope 1+2 (market-based) CO2e emissions 50% per unit revenue by 2030 from a base year of 2015.

Status date: Submitted (22/07/2021)

Data source: CDP Climate Change 2021

MRV: Yes*

*Reported target data is checked for completeness. The target year should not have already passed. The target ambition is reported to be consistent with the level of decarbonization required to keep global temperature increase to below 1.5°C. The coverage of the target is also checked to include company-wide operations, i.e. covered emissions in the target base year are at least 95% of the total base year scope 1+2 emissions. Finally, targets are checked to have been officially approved by SBTi.

 

Pathway pledges

Emissions

Have an internal price on carbon

Status date: Submitted (22/07/2021)

Data source: CDP Climate Change 2021

MRV: Yes*

*Reported data is checked to gather details on how the organisation uses the price on carbon. Pledger must provide at minimum: the Scope(s) of emissions covered by the internal carbon pricing mechanism, the application of the price on carbon (i.e. the part(s) of the business decision-making process that the internal carbon pricing mechanism applies to), the actual carbon price level(s) used (Currency/metric ton), the variance of price(s) used, the type of internal price (e.g a shadow price or internal fee). Finally this pledge requires details on the impact and implication of setting a price on carbon (i.e a company-specific description of how the organization uses the internal price on carbon).

Energy

Have a target to increase renewable energy consumption

Royal BAM Group nv has a target to consume 100% of electricity from renewable sources by 2030 from a baseline of 5% renewable electricity consumption in 2015.

Status date: Submitted (22/07/2021)

Data source: CDP Climate Change 2021

MRV: Yes*

*Reported data is checked for completeness. Pledger must provide at a minimum: a base year, target year, figure or percentage in the base year, and figure or percentage in the target year. Check that duration of target is not beyond 2035.

Forests

Publicly disclose data on forest-related impact to investors through a public platform

Status date: Submitted (22/07/2021)

Data source: CDP Forests 2020

MRV: Yes*

*Pledging organisation is confirmed to have disclosed publicly on their forest-related impact. For example by responding publicly to the CDP Forest Questionnaire.

Have a publicly available forest policy, with well-defined goals and targets, that is used to inform internal decision-making

Status date: Submitted (22/07/2021)

Data source: CDP Forests 2020

MRV: Yes*

*Pledging organisation has reported they have a documented forest policy that is publicly available. It may be a stand-alone forest policy document or another equivalent document that includes the forest policy such as a "sustainability policy". They have described the scope or coverage of the forest policy, as well as the aspects that are covered by their policy.

Multi-topic

Publicly disclose climate and environmental data to investors and customers through a public platform

Status date: Submitted (22/07/2021)

Data source: CDP Climate Change 2021

MRV: Yes*

*Pledging organisation is confirmed to have disclosed publicly on their climate and environmental impact. For example by responding publicly to the CDP Climate Change Questionnaire.

Implement climate scenario analysis as part of your business strategy setting

Status date: Submitted (22/07/2021)

Data source: CDP Climate Change 2021

MRV: Yes*

*Pledging organisation has reported they use climate-related scenario analysis to inform its strategy. Pledger must provide at a minimum: details on the climate-related scenarios and models applied (e.g. 2DS, IEA 450, Greenpeace, DDPP, IRENA etc.) as well as additional information such as how the selected scenario(s) were identified, with reference to the inputs, assumptions and analytical methods used.