Certified climate neutral, the new standard

Our goal is simple — to deliver net positive value to society. Our Carbon and Resource Management Strategy (CRMS) is designed to achieve this goal by increasing overall resource productivity while lowering carbon emissions across our entire value chain.

In short, we are focusing on what needs to be done.

Key Objectives

To align our carbon emissions reduction efforts according to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC*) Special Report 15** (October 2018) concerning the need to hold globally averaged surface temperature increases below 1.5 degrees C above pre-industrial levels.

To have the highest possible resource productivity in the personal urban transport space. That is, the value of the products and services we deliver to our customers will be higher than the real cost/value of the inputs we use to create and deliver them***.

*The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is the United Nations body for assessing the science related to climate change

**IPCC Special Report 15 (October 2018)

***This includes a real assessment of the impact of inputs on the climate and measures real climate risk

Key CRMS Principles
  • Produce all vehicles with the lowest possible energy and resource inputs
  • Prioritise suppliers who provide third-party verified carbon emissions data
  • Work closely with our suppliers to help them reduce their carbon emissions
  • Continuously measure total direct & indirect emissions, including lifecycle
  • Regularly report company's efforts to reduce carbon emissions
  • Purchase 100% renewable energy certificates to offset our emissions to zero
  • Third party verification of emission reductions across our entire value chain
Reporting Guidelines

"Our CRMS is not a journey nor a destination but a continuous way of doing business which allows us to constantly improve while we pursue our 7 key challenges. There is no final target which permits us to stop the improvement process, only an ability to leverage new advances in technology and business models."

Dr. Michael Molitor,
Uniti Chairman & Climate Expert