About United Nation Framework Convention On Climate
The UNFCCC entered into force on 21 March 1994. Today, it has near-universal membership. There are 197 countries that have ratified the Convention are called Parties to the Convention. Preventing “dangerous” human interference with the climate system is the ultimate aim of the UNFCCC.
LaLiga football club, Real Betis Balompié has committed to becoming a platform and a facilitator for raising awareness about the urgency of climate action among its millions of fans worldwide.
Carbon footprint assessment as they joined climate neutral initiative of UNFCCC to take actions to reduce their green house emission and compensate the rest.
Measuring its emissions, Betis became the first top-tier team to achieve a climate neutral status to help avoid the worst effects of climate change, which include ever more severe storms, droughts, heatwaves and flooding.
1. Assessment of carbon footprint - Accurate calculation of the carbon emissions by understanding the motive for calculation of emission and identifying different sources of emission (scope 1,2,3)
2. Reporting the emission to different stakeholders (customers, employees, suppliers, board, etc)
3. Recommending different actions and best practices in carbon management to ultimately become carbon neutral.
Identified emissions from different scopes (scope 1, 2,3) along with taking in various factors like number of attendees, lenghth of the time event ran, energy used like electrcity, heating oil etc.
Covered all aspects of the event like attende travel, organiser travel, waste etc to ensure accurate calculation.
Developed a detailed inventory of the emissions and defined actions to be taken to reduce emissions.
Implementing easy to implement opportunities and we will become a channel for communicating the urgency and the opportunities for taking climate action, starting in-house with our players and staff.
Helped the team became the first top-tier team to achieve a climate neutral status and a platform for raising awareness about the urgency of climate action among its millions of fans worldwide.