The 1.5°C Business Playbook provides a framework for all companies to reach net-zero emissions rapidly through the adoption of an exponential trajectory of at least halving their greenhouse gas emissions every decade to approach net zero by 2050, and integrating climate in their business strategy. The Playbook focuses on simplicity and speed, is anchored in the latest science and is endorsed by 50+ leading companies, together representing over 800 BN USD in revenue. The Playbook was updated in September 2021 (v.1.1.1).
V. 1.5.1. is the the third iteration of the Exponential Roadmap, the science-based cross-sector collaboration which highlights 36 solutions with exponential scaling potential to halve global greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. Scaling of solutions comes from sharp policy, from climate leadership by companies and cities and from a finance and technology shift towards green solutions with exponential potential.
V. 1.5 is the second iteration of the Exponential Roadmap, whicih presents the 36 most viable solutions to halve greenhouse gas emissions globally by 2030. The solutions – ranging from solar and wind to electric bikes, commercial shipping and reduced red meat consumption – have the potential to scale rapidly.
Meeting the 1.5°C Climate Ambition is part of the second Exponential Roadmap. Together they articulate how far we have come and how far we need to go. Step by step, they chart how the world can move from incremental to exponential action – doubling the number of companies, cities and countries acting on climate, then doubling again and again.
12 in 12 highlights 12 ways that existing digital technology – search, e-commerce and social media – can help the world halve emissions in 12 years, based on the Exponential Climate Action Roadmap report launched at the recent Global Climate Action Summit.
The Exponential Roadmap presents the 36 most viable solutions to halve greenhouse gas emissions globally by 2030. The solutions – ranging from solar and wind to electric bikes, commercial shipping and reduced red meat consumption – have the potential to scale rapidly.