FC Osaka Announcement of “Carbon Neutral Action Plan” SBT certification

FC Osaka
[FC Osaka] Announcement of “Carbon Neutral Action Plan” SBT certification
FC Osaka, a soccer club whose hometown is Higashi-Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture, aims to create a decarbonized society as a professional sports club. We are pleased to inform you that we have calculated and visualized CO2 emissions throughout the game operation, and have applied for and acquired SME version SBT certification.
As a professional sports club, FC Osaka aims to create a decarbonized society, and with the cooperation of Backcast Technology Research Institute Co., Ltd., which has a business alliance, calculates CO2 emissions and the reduction effect from accounting information developed and provided by the company. Organizational management (F.C. Osaka Co., Ltd.), match management (movement of players, movement of spectators, tickets and goods Based on the “Carbon Neutral Action Plan” formulated using the results, we applied for SME version SBT certification and acquired SBT certification this time. I will let you know what I did.

https://sciencebasedtargets.org/companies-taking-action#table We will continue to promote activities based on the action plan so that we can contribute to the decarbonization of the region and the creation of a recycling-oriented society.
Released August 5, 2022
[About the announcement of the “Carbon Neutral Action Plan”
accompanying the calculation and visualization of CO2 emissions] https://fc-osaka.com/news/2022/08/05/61339/
Released May 19, 2022
[Announcement of business alliance between FC Osaka and Backcast Technology Research Institute regarding visualization and reduction of CO2 emissions at professional sports clubs]
SBTs are:
The Science Based Targets are consistent with the standards required by the Paris Agreement (which aims to keep global temperature rise to well below 2°C above pre-industrial levels and to 1.5°C). It is a greenhouse gas emission reduction target set by a company with a target year of 5 to 15 years ahead.
Source: Ministry of the Environment website:
https://www.env.go.jp/earth/ondanka/supply_chain/gvc/intr_trends.html#no07 Details about this release:


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