Lenovo is in the first group of companies to receive net-zero validation from Science Based Targets initiative, making it the first PC and smartphone maker and one of only 139 companies around the world with targets validated by the Net-Zero Standard.
Lenovo announced its goal to reach net-zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2050, validated and approved by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi), a partnership between the UN Global Compact, CDP and World Wide Fund for Nature - making it the first PC and smartphone maker and one of only 139 companies in the world with a net-zero target validated by SBTi.
By working with SBTi and aligning to their Net-Zero Standard (the world's first), Lenovo is taking a scientific, collaborative and accountable approach to reducing emissions.
Becomes one of 18 new sites added to Forum's Global Lighthouse Network
At this year's World Economic Forum in Davos, Lenovo's Hefei factory, LCFC, has been recognized as one of 18 additional sites added to the Forum's Global Lighthouse Network of 132 leading manufacturers, each chosen for their leadership and integration of fourth Industrial revolution technologies (4IR).
At NRF 2023 Retail Conference, Lenovo outlined its vision for the future of retail, based on an end-to-end Retail Solutions portfolio spanning hardware, software and services to enhance the shopping experience.
Lenovo is showcasing its Scan-n-Go Self-Service Kiosk, as well as new AI, infrastructure, and digital storefront solutions.
Lenovo has seen a surge in demand for self-service solutions that integrate digital experiences into brick-and-mortar retail operations. Self-Service Kiosks offer customers an integrated, contactless shopping experience at checkout, freeing up employees to focus on high-value tasks. Lenovo's new Scan-n-Go Kiosks provide valuable customer data and ensure retailer cost-optimization while reducing customer queues that diminish the shopping experience. Lenovo Retail Solutions has already deployed over 1,000 installments of its Scan-n-Go Kiosks in major retailers globally - helping to increase fulfillment rates by 40% at 99% accuracy.
Today unveiled its latest commitment to fighting climate change by pledging to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, validated by Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi).
As a global tech leader, it is important that we leave a positive impact on our planet for the next generation. What we do today, determines what comes next. That is why Lenovo is determined to provide smarter technology that builds a brighter, more sustainable future for our customers, colleagues, communities and the planet.
Recently, I had the pleasure of chatting with the Founder of Pur Plant and one of our Lenovo Innovators, Quentin Brouhon, about his passion for environmental sustainability. Read on to learn what net-zero means to him and how others can make a difference to reduce their carbon footprint.
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