Signature Aviation has been granted an 'A' grade by the environmental non-profit Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) for its corporate initiatives to address global sustainability. The inclusion on CDP's distinguished 'A List' recognises Signature for its efforts towards corporate environmental transparency.
Signature was ranked in the top 270 organisations out of a total of more than 5,800 that received a score. The ascent to the top five per cent of the highest performing companies is attributable to concerted efforts towards environmental stewardship by the organisation, including commitments to reporting, mitigation and technology.
Further contributions are provided by the Signature Renew programme, a comprehensive initiative by its subsidiary Signature Flight Support to obtain net-zero global emissions by 2050. Embracing sustainable aviation fuels as a core pathway towards reducing greenhouse gas emissions, Signature Renew also encompasses electrified ground service equipment, LEED certified new construction and increasing reliance on solar energy to power FBO locations.
“We are approaching the impact of climate change from a multitude of angles,” remarks Signature CEO Mark Johnstone. “We're proud to achieve an 'A' rating by CDP, which has been made possible by our continuing campaign to reduce carbon emissions on a companywide scale.”
CDP's annual environmental survey and scoring process is widely recognised as an authentic indicator of corporate commitments to stemming climate change and working towards a greener future. It utilises a detailed and independent methodology to rate organisations from A to D+.