MBA Michael Bailey Associates
Date 30th September 2021
MBA Michael Bailey Associates is committed to achieving Net Zero emissions by 2030.
Baseline Emissions Footprint
Baseline emissions are a record of the greenhouse gasses that have been produced in the past and were produced prior to the introduction of any strategies to reduce emissions. Baseline emissions are the reference point against which emissions reduction can be measured.
|Baseline Year: 2020|
|Creation of a new baseline due to organisational change.|
|Baseline year emissions :|
|EMISSIONS||1,400 TOTAL (tCO2e)|
|Scope 3 (Included Sources)||1,063|
|Total Emissions||2.8 tonnes CO2e per FTE|
Current Emissions Reporting
|Reporting Year: 2021|
|EMISSIONS||1,190 TOTAL (tCO2e)|
|Scope 3 (Included Sources)||893|
|Total Emissions||2.38 tonnes CO2e per FTE|
To continue our progress to achieving Net Zero, we have adopted the following:
- Waste: Reducing all waste e.g., paper, toner created by our business, promoting re-use and recycling wherever possible
- Carbon emissions: Continually reducing Scope1, 2 & 3 carbon emissions per FTE. We are focusing on proactively managing business travel emissions
- Water use: Promoting responsible water usage throughout our offices to reduce annual consumption
We project that carbon emissions will decrease over the next five years to 775 (tCO2e) by 2026. This is a reduction of 35%.
Carbon Reduction Projects
Completed Carbon Reduction Initiatives
The following environmental management measures and projects have been completed since the 2020 baseline.
- In the past year, travel emissions reduced due to lockdown. We are including emissions resulting from our colleagues working from home
- Waste generation, a high rate of recycling 87%
The carbon emission reduction achieved by these schemes equate to 210 (tCO2e), a 15% reduction against the 2020 baseline and the measures will be in effect when performing the contract.
In the future we hope to implement further measures such as introducing renewable energy throughout our offices and continuing to improve management systems for water, waste and single-use plastics.