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South Carolina-based manufacturer Milliken & Company has announced that its science-based net-zero targets have been approved by the U.N.-backed Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi). SBTi is a collective of international organizations dedicated to helping companies set emission reduction targets consistent with climate science and the Paris Climate Agreement. Milliken is one of the first 50 companies globally to achieve approved science-based net-zero targets. The global manufacturer joins a group of more than 1,300 companies who have made net-zero commitments using the 2021 SBTi Corporate Net-Zero Standard.
Milliken divides its sustainability goals into people, planet, and product. The company’s net-zero targets align with their 2025 plant goal to reduce indexed greenhouse gas emissions by 25%. Their efforts to reduce scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions will create impact up and down the supply chain. Milliken’s high quality, ethical and sustainability standards for suppliers will be crucial to helping them meet their targets.
Among the company’s sustainability efforts: