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How we create tomorrow's value chain
As a responsible business, we focus on reducing the negative and maximising the positive sustainability impacts from our value chain. From a climate perspective, this means that we aim to influence our value chain, both our suppliers and our clients to reduce GHG emissions in line with the 1.5°C climate ambition.
To target net zero emissions for the value chain and a halve emissions in less than 10 years, Cybercom plans to revisit the procurement guidelines and supplier Code of Conduct criteria’s during 2021 to increase the pressure on suppliers. Cybercom will also encourage clients to apply with the 1.5°C Business Playbook to align our strategies going forward. Cybercom has identified commuting travel as one of the areas where we have the greatest climate- related impact.1) Commuting is followed up annually. As part of our commitment to tomorrow’s value chain, Cybercom commits to:
- Reduce scope 3 GHG emissions from employee commuting by 50 percent per employee by 2030 from a 2019 base year.
More than 70 percent of our employees already use low-carbon means of transport when travelling to and from work. When possible in relation to client engagements, we will continue to support employees to work from home.
Employees and clients are informed about how Cybercom’s offices can be reached by public transport. All our offices have showers and changing facilities to make it easier for people to run or cycle to work.
All Cybercom suppliers must sign our Supplier Code of Conduct, which aligns with the Cybercom Code of Business Ethics and Conduct in all material respects, including our environmental guidelines. We have replaced our own datacentres with cloud service providers to cover our own needs and in our business, which has reduced our emissions.
Purchases for offices and employees are coordinated to concentrate them into fewer suppliers to reduce environmental impact. Products must be made with the least possible environmental impact – including the manufacturing process, choice of materials, transport and working conditions. We rely on the supplier’s disclosures concerning environmental impact and working environment. We do not perform our own audits of suppliers. We also seek to select products that are sustainable over time, and that they be entirely or partially reused.
In relation to events with employees and clients, we encourage healthy and plant-based food. Local environmental coordinators have the overall responsibility to ensure that local suppliers follow Cybercom’s environmental policies and guidelines and should be informed about all new supplier agreements.
Head of Sustainable Strategy & Business Development
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