What Science-Based Targets Mean for the Sports and Entertainment Sector

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What Science-Based Targets Mean for the Sports and Entertainment Sector

by Tina Casey
This solar installation atop the Staples Center at LA Live is just one example of how upgrades to sports and entertainment venues can support science-based targets.

This solar installation atop the Staples Center at LA Live is just one example of how upgrades to sports and entertainment venues can support science-based targets.

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Many companies have already focused their carbon-reduction plans on the SBTi’s former criteria aligned with a 2-degree scenario and may have to scramble to meet the new goal. But several are already ahead of the game and have certified their targets through SBTi’s new standard. 

The global sports and entertainment company AEG is one of those in the vanguard—and it’s raising the bar for the industry. 

“We consider it basic corporate responsibility,” John Marler, vice president of energy and environment at AEG, told TriplePundit. “If this is what the science community is calling for, we have to hit that level and we have to do our part.”

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CATEGORY: Environment