Stillfront has committed to set near-term company-wide emission reduction targets in line with climate science and with the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi).
During 2022, Stillfront conducted its first reduction impact analysis which has resulted in an activity plan and framework for the group’s first near-term climate targets. By joining the SBTi, Stillfront will now seek to get its near-term emission reduction targets validated and approved by the SBTi – an ambition stated in the 2021 Annual Report.
Stillfront has created a solid data collection model for its decentralized organization, and has conducted yearly greenhouse gas emission disclosures since 2019. In our latest disclosures, scope 1 and 2 emissions made up 3 percent of the group’s total emissions. Stillfront’s largest climate footprint, totaling 97 percent, lies within scope 3, which contains Stillfront’s users’ emissions when playing the games, as well as emissions from digital marketing.
Stillfront will now focus on implementing sufficient actions to reduce emissions from our own operations as well as initiating projects related to reducing energy when gamers play our games.
“Our business in digital entertainment reches almost 70 million monthly active users. We are eager to work together with our gaming population to reduce emissions and future-proof our business”, says Jörgen Larsson, CEO & Founder, Stillfront Group.
The SBTi is a partnership between CDP (Climate Disclosure Project), the United Nations Global Compact, World Resources Institute (WRI) and the Worldwide Fund for Nature (WWF).