Sustainability targets

Part of GNFK StartThe United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) form the framework of the company’s focus on sustainability in particular. In order to be economically successful while at the same time assuming responsibility for the environment and society, the Schaeffler Group focuses on eight targets.

Energy Efficiencyby 2024

100 cumulated annual efficiency gains through implementation of energy efficiency measures by 2024

SDG 13 Climate Action
Energy efficiency goal (pie chart)
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Renewable Energyby 2024

100 % purchased power from renewable sources by 2024

SDG 13 Climate Action
Renewable energy goal (pie chart)
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Climate-neutral Supply Chainby 2040

CO2 reduction in the supply chain ( upstream) by 2040 compared to base year 2019

SDG 12 Responsible Consumption and Production SDG 13 Climate Action
Climate-neutral supply chain (pie chart)
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Climate-neutral Productionby 2030

CO2 reduction in own production ( and ) by 2030 compared to base year 2019

SDG 12 Responsible Consumption and Production SDG 13 Climate Action
Climate-neutral production (pie chart)
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CDP Ratingby 2020/21

“A-” rating for climate score by 2021

SDG 13 Climate Action
Rating CDP goal (pie chart)
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Freshwater Supplyby 2030

20 % reduction of freshwater supply by 2030 compared to base year 2019

SDG 6 Clean Water and Sanitation
Water obtaining goal (pie chart)
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Accident Rateby 2024

10 % average annual reduction of accident rate () by 2024

SDG 3 Good Health and Well-Being
Safety at work goal (pie chart)
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Sustainable Suppliersby 2022

90 % of purchasing volume of production material from suppliers with sustainability self-assessments by 2022

SDG 8 Decent Work and Economic Growth SDG 17 Partnerships for the Goals
Sustainable contractors goal (pie chart)
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1) Target achievement based on the annual target for 2021 of 4.1 (LTIR)Part of GNFK End

Abbreviation of "Gigawatt-hour".
Scope 3 emissions
Includes other indirect emissions in the supply chain (upstream).
Scope 1 emissions
Direct emissions that come from emissions sources within the considered organization (e.g. heating, cooling generation).
Scope 2 emissions
Indirect emissions that arise from energy production outside of the organization (e.g. electricity, district heating).
Abbreviation of (formerly) "Carbon Disclosure Project": non-profit organization that evaluates and provides corporate information for investors, companies and governments in the areas of climate, water and forests.
Abbreviation of "Lost Time Injuriy Rate": standard key figure to record accidents at work; defined as occupational accidents from one lost day per 1 million hours worked.