SBT (Science Based Targets)
An initiative jointly launched in 2015 by bodies such as the UN Global Compact and the World Resources Institute (WRI). The initiative calls on companies to set targets for greenhouse gas emission reductions based on scientific evidence in order to limit global temperature increases to less than 2°C above the global average before the industrial revolution. SBT also approves targets that meet the standards it has set, including not only the emissions of a specific company but also indirect emissions from its supply chain.
 RE100 (Renewable Energy 100)
An initiative operated as a partnership between the CDP and the Climate Group, an international NGO. It consists of companies that aim to source all the electricity they use from 100% renewable energy sources.
 CDP supply chain program
The CDP (Carbon Disclosure Project) is an international non-profit organization that surveys companies about their responses to climate change and publishes the results of those surveys on behalf of institutional investors that have total investment assets in excess of $87 trillion. The CDP supply chain program is a scheme whereby the CDP requests answers to a survey on environmental impacts from suppliers specified by program members, including companies and governments, and then provides their responses to the program members.
 Medium-to-long-term greenhouse gas emission reduction goals
• Reduce greenhouse gas emissions from business sites, compared to fiscal 2013, by 33% by fiscal 2030 and by 80% by fiscal 2050. • Reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the entire business supply chain (products and services purchased by Fujitsu and the use of products sold by Fujitsu), compared to fiscal 2013, by 30% by fiscal 2030.
 TCFD (Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures)
Established by the Financial Stability Board (FSB) at the request of the G20 in order to reduce the risk of instability in the financial markets relating to climate change. In June 2017, it issued recommendations promoting the voluntary collection and disclosure by companies and other organizations of information relating to the risks and opportunities brought by climate change.
Power usage effectiveness. An indicator of datacenter power usage efficiency. The total power consumption of the datacenter is divided by the power consumption of ICT equipment such as servers. The closer the PUE is to 1.0, the more efficient a datacenter is.
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Date: 24 April, 2019
Company: Fujitsu Limited