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Domino’s Pizza Group among the first group of companies to have net-zero target approved by Science Based Targets initiative

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Domino’s Pizza Group among the first group of companies to have net-zero target approved by Science Based Targets initiative

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Domino’s Pizza Group has announced it has committed to reach net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions across its value chain by 2050, which has been assessed and approved by the Science Based Targets initiative’s (SBTi) net-zero process validation. Domino’s is among the first group of businesses to have its net zero target approved through the SBTi’s recently launched Net-Zero Corporate Standard, the world’s first framework for corporate net zero target setting in line with climate science.

In the near term, Domino’s will reduce absolute scope 1 and 2 GHG emissions by 42% each by 2031, from a 2021 base year. In addition, absolute scope 3 GHG emissions from purchased goods and services and franchises will be reduced by 25% within the same timeframe. Both commitments are consistent with the 1.5-degree pathway ambition and after careful review by the SBTi, they met all criteria in terms of timeframe, emissions coverage, and ambition.

Dominic Paul, Chief Executive of Domino’s Pizza Group PLC, commented: “Climate change is one of the greatest challenges of our time, and addressing this is not only a moral imperative but makes good business sense. We are pleased to have received the SBTI’s approval for our net zero target, which is another important milestone in our longstanding commitment to reduce Domino’s environmental footprint.”

For more information visit dominos.co.uk.
Image: corporate.dominos.co.uk

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