Energy Efficiency, GHG Emissions - April 25, 2023
TripleLift Commits to Lowering Emissions by 2030
Digital media platform TripleLift announced its plans to lower GHG emissions across all scopes by over 50% each by 2030.
The company has committed to reducing absolute Scope 1 and 2 GHG emissions by 51.33% and Scope 3 GHG emissions related to air, hotel, and car travel by 55% per full-time employee by 2030.
"For far too long, companies have not taken their emissions seriously and our planet is paying the price," said Dave Clark, CEO of TripleLift, in a statement. "We saw areas that we could cut back and really make a difference on a global scale, and we've committed ourselves to doing so over the next seven years. This is only the first step for TripleLift. We plan on taking even more action later this year to reduce carbon emissions, and we hope we are setting a precedent for other companies — especially those in our industry — to follow in our footsteps."
TripleLift also partnered with Patch, a platform scaling climate action, to offset carbon emissions by investing in the Clearloop Panola County Solar Project, a female- and minority-led supplier. Clearloop is directly utilizing funds from over 30 diverse organizations to develop new solar projects.