LAMP releases its "Carbon Footprint Calculation Report 2022"
Jun 6 2023
We have just released the results of the "Carbon Footprint 2022" report, which calculates the greenhouse gas emissions caused by the company's business activities. This is not merely limited to the production of luminaires, but also includes other services and operations, from the type of vehicles used, to the facilities' energy consumption, and the credentials of the suppliers we work with.
In order to implement the measures in LAMP's sustainability plan, guided by our Worktitude For Life strategic line, it is imperative to be acutely aware of this data in order to be able to optimise all the processes involved in the company's business operations. The aim is to minimise the impact of our business on both the planet and human beings as much as possible, thus reaffirming LAMP's commitment to the fulfilment of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
A positive assessment of the results and future improvement measures
Having analysed the current data, the study acknowledges that LAMP's sustainability performance indicators are good, but, at the same time, the report proposes a number of improvement measures, which, over the next 4 years, will help to prevent the emission of the equivalent of 102.04 tonnes of CO₂.
The targets we have set ourselves are to achieve a 100% reduction in our Scope 1 and 2 emissions, a 50% reduction in our Scope 3 emissions, and to achieve carbon neutrality by 2025 i.e. offsetting the emissions that we are unable to eliminate by 2025.
Both LAMP's current sustainability plan and future initiatives to reduce or offset GHG emissions will effectively address at least 7 of the 17 SDGs to be achieved by 2030, especially those related to caring for the planet and promoting well-being.