Lenovo has expressed his ambition to achieve Net Zero as part of the goal of eliminating the greenhouse gas output by 2050.

As a result, Lenovo is a partnership of NGC (NGC), CDP (CDP), World Resources Research Institute (WRI), and World Natural Fund (WWF).
Initiative) ‘It has become one of the world’s first 139 companies that set the goal.

Lenovo’s net Zero strategy includes a decrease in environmental impacts on the product, promoting sustainability of manufacturing through innovation, and reducing greenhouse gas emissions throughout the value chain.

It adopts a scientific, collaborative and responsible carbon emission reduction method, and has been verified for the first time in the PC and smartphone manufacturing industry.
Lenovo said it will respond more quickly to changes in global temperature through SBI linkage and continue to take responsibility for the goal of decreasing climate change.

Lenovo has been a global technology leader and has been trying to reduce greenhouse gas emissions for more than 10 years, said Lenovo’s chairman and chief executive officer.
I believe it is two important factors. Lenovo is trying to accept climate science, standardize measurements, and to pursue continuous verification of goals and progress.

Lenovo plans to reduce the absolute amount of scope 1 (direct emission) and scope 2 (indirect emission) by 50% compared to the 2018/2019 fiscal year by 2029/2030 as a short-term goal.
In addition, the scope 3 (emissions generated throughout the value chain) that occurs in the use of sales products is reduced by 35% compared to the comparison products, and the scope 3 greenhouse gas emissions generated by purchased products and services per $66.5 per $1 million
% Will be reduced.
Furthermore, Lenovo aims to reduce the scope 3 greenhouse gas emissions generated in transportation and distribution by 25% per kilo.

The long-term goal is to reduce the absolute amount of scope 1, 2, and 3 greenhouse gas emissions by 2049/2050 in fiscal year by 90%compared to the 2018/2019 fiscal year.

Meanwhile, Lenovo is leading the reduction of carbon with continuous interest in environmental issues, including approval of ‘2030 greenhouse gas emission reduction short-term goals’ in 2020.


In 2021, SBI’s Net-Zero Standard load test company participated as a road test company to provide a standardization test and feedback that is very important to Net zero’s goal.

In addition to reducing greenhouse gases, Lenovo is recognized for its outstanding supply chain management capacity, inclusive culture, and social responsibility, and Gartner ‘The top 25 companies leading the global supply chain’, the most respected company in the world of Fortune, the most respected company in the world of Fortune ‘,
It was selected as a CDP ‘Climate Change and Leading Water Security Company’.