2024

Travel Smart Ranking

Find out how 327 businesses across the world are performing on commitments to redukuj i zgłaszaj emisję gazów cieplarnianych pochodzących z korporacyjnych podróży lotniczych.

This ranking is updated live and reflects new developments submitted by businesses in between the annual editions of the ranking.

Read the full methodology Tutaj and executive summary Tutaj

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Kraj
Sektor
Cel
Cel
Rok
Cel
Specyficzność
Raportowanie
Specyficzność
Całkowity
Wynik
A
Swiss Re
Szwajcaria
Finanse
-50%
2023
W cel
Raportowanie AT
13.5
Typ celu: Absolutny
Lata od ogłoszenia celu**: 2
Lata raportowania***: 4
Raportowanie CDP: Tak
Zgłaszanie innych niż CO2: Tak
Emisje z podróży lotniczych w 2019 r.: 73 108 tCO2e (włącznie z CO2) – tylko CO2: 38 478 tCO2
Tak
A
Zurich Insurance Group
Szwajcaria
Finanse
-70%
2023
W cel
Raportowanie AT
13.5
Typ celu: Absolutny
Lata od ogłoszenia celu**: 2
Lata raportowania***: 4
Raportowanie CDP: Tak
Zgłaszanie innych niż CO2: Tak
Emisje z podróży lotniczych w 2019 r.: 39 435 tCO2e (bez CO2 włącznie) – tylko CO2: 20 755 tCO2
Tak
A
Lloyds Banking Group
Zjednoczone Królestwo
Usługi
-50%
2023
Cel BT
Raportowanie AT
13
Typ celu: Absolutny
Lata od ogłoszenia celu**: 2
Lata raportowania***: 4
Raportowanie CDP: Tak
Zgłaszanie innych niż CO2: Tak
Emisje z podróży lotniczych w 2019 r.: 20 174 tCO2e (w tym bez CO2) – tylko CO2: 11 867 tCO2
Tak
A
Arcadis NV
Holandia
Ordynacyjny
-50%
2025
W cel
Raportowanie AT
12
Typ celu: Intensywność
Lata od ogłoszenia celu**: 2
Lata raportowania***: 4
Raportowanie CDP: Tak
Zgłaszanie innych niż CO2: Tak
Emisje z podróży lotniczych w 2019 r.: 28 220 tCO2e (w tym bez CO2) – tylko CO2: 14 853 tCO2
NIE
A
Fidelity International
Zjednoczone Królestwo
Finanse
-50%
2024
W cel
Raportowanie AT
12.5
Typ celu: Absolutny
Lata od ogłoszenia celu**: 2
Lata raportowania***: 4
Raportowanie CDP: NIE
Zgłaszanie innych niż CO2: NIE
Emisje z podróży lotniczych w 2019 r.: 10 862 tCO2
Tak
A
ABN Amro
Holandia
Finanse
-50%
2025
W cel
Raportowanie AT/BT
12
Typ celu: Absolutny
Lata od ogłoszenia celu**: 4
Lata raportowania***: 4
Raportowanie CDP: Tak
Zgłaszanie innych niż CO2: NIE
Emisje z podróży lotniczych w 2019 r.: 10 400 t CO2
NIE
A
Abrdn
Zjednoczone Królestwo
Finanse
-72%
2025
Cel BT
Raportowanie AT/BT
12
Typ celu: Absolutny
Lata od ogłoszenia celu**: 3
Lata raportowania***: 4
Raportowanie CDP: Tak
Zgłaszanie innych niż CO2: NIE
Emisje z podróży lotniczych w 2019 r.: 9282 tCO2
Tak
A
Novo Nordisk
Dania
Farmaceutyka i Biotechnologia
-50%
2025
W cel
Raportowanie AT/BT
12
Typ celu: Absolutny
Lata od ogłoszenia celu**: 2
Lata raportowania***: 4
Raportowanie CDP: Tak
Zgłaszanie innych niż CO2: NIE
Emisje z podróży lotniczych w 2019 r.: 63 050 tCO2
NIE
A
Ericsson
Szwecja
Telekomunikacja
-50%
2023
Cel BT
Raportowanie BT
11.5
Typ celu: Absolutny
Lata od ogłoszenia celu**: 2
Lata raportowania***: 4
Raportowanie CDP: Tak
Zgłaszanie innych niż CO2: NIE
Emisje z podróży lotniczych w 2019 r.: 82 599 t CO2
Tak
A
AstraZeneca
Zjednoczone Królestwo
Farmaceutyka i Biotechnologia
-23%
2025
Cel BT
Raportowanie AT/BT
11
Typ celu: Absolutny
Lata od ogłoszenia celu**: 3
Lata raportowania***: 4
Raportowanie CDP: Tak
Zgłaszanie innych niż CO2: Tak
Emisje z podróży lotniczych w 2019 r.: 210 568 tCO2e (w tym bez CO2) – tylko CO2: 110 825 tCO2
Tak
A
Crédit Agricole
Francja
Finanse
-30%
2025
Cel BT
Raportowanie AT/BT
11
Typ celu: Absolutny
Lata od ogłoszenia celu**: 2
Lata raportowania***: 4
Raportowanie CDP: Tak
Zgłaszanie innych niż CO2: NIE
Emisje z podróży lotniczych w 2019 r.: 43 859 t CO2
Tak
A
HSBC
Zjednoczone Królestwo
Finanse
-50%
2030
Cel BT
Raportowanie BT
11
Typ celu: Absolutny
Lata od ogłoszenia celu**: 3
Lata raportowania***: 4
Raportowanie CDP: Tak
Zgłaszanie innych niż CO2: Tak
Emisje z podróży lotniczych w 2019 r.: 197 078 tCO2e (w tym bez CO2) – tylko CO2: 103 725 tCO2
Tak
A
Mapfre
Hiszpania
Finanse
-8%
2024
W cel
Raportowanie BT
11
Typ celu: Absolutny
Lata od ogłoszenia celu**: 2
Lata raportowania***: 4
Raportowanie CDP: Tak
Zgłaszanie innych niż CO2: Tak
Emisje z podróży lotniczych w 2019 r.: 11 116 tCO2e (w tym bez CO2) – tylko CO2: 5 851 tCO2
Tak
A
Oracle
Stany Zjednoczone Ameryki
Technologia
-25%
2025
W cel
Raportowanie AT/BT
11
Typ celu: Absolutny
Lata od ogłoszenia celu**: 3
Lata raportowania***: 4
Raportowanie CDP: Tak
Zgłaszanie innych niż CO2: NIE
Emisje z podróży lotniczych w 2019 r.: 173 807 t CO2
Tak
A
Pfizer Inc
Stany Zjednoczone Ameryki
Farmaceutyka i Biotechnologia
-25%
2025
Cel BT
Raportowanie BT
11
Typ celu: Absolutny
Lata od ogłoszenia celu**: 3
Lata raportowania***: 4
Raportowanie CDP: Tak
Zgłaszanie innych niż CO2: Tak
Emisje z podróży lotniczych w 2019 r.: 276 712 tCO2e (w tym bez CO2) – tylko CO2: 145 638 tCO2
Tak
A
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)
Zjednoczone Królestwo
Ordynacyjny
-50%
2030
Cel BT
Raportowanie AT
11
Typ celu: Absolutny
Lata od ogłoszenia celu**: 2
Lata raportowania***: 4
Raportowanie CDP: Tak
Zgłaszanie innych niż CO2: Tak
Emisje z podróży lotniczych w 2019 r.: 677 165 tCO2e (w tym bez CO2) – tylko CO2: 356 403 tCO2
Tak
B
Adobe
Stany Zjednoczone Ameryki
Technologia
-30%
2025
Cel BT
Raportowanie BT
10.5
Typ celu: Absolutny
Lata od ogłoszenia celu**: 3
Lata raportowania***: 4
Raportowanie CDP: Tak
Zgłaszanie innych niż CO2: NIE
Emisje z podróży lotniczych w 2019 r.: 68 473 tCO2
Tak
B
Antea Nederland B.V.
Holandia
Ordynacyjny
-50%
2030
Cel BT
Raportowanie AT
10.5
Typ celu: Absolutny
Lata od ogłoszenia celu**: 2
Lata raportowania***: 3
Raportowanie CDP: NIE
Zgłaszanie innych niż CO2: Tak
Emisje z podróży lotniczych w 2019 r.: 182 tCO2e (bez CO2 włącznie) – tylko CO2: 107 tCO2
NIE
B
Atlassian Corporation Plc
Stany Zjednoczone Ameryki
Technologia
-25%
2025
Cel BT
Raportowanie BT
10.5
Typ celu: Absolutny
Lata od ogłoszenia celu**: 3
Lata raportowania***: 4
Raportowanie CDP: NIE
Zgłaszanie innych niż CO2: Tak
Emisje z podróży lotniczych w 2019 r.: 19 380 tCO2e (bez CO2 włącznie) – tylko CO2: 10 200 tCO2
Tak
B
M&G plc
Zjednoczone Królestwo
Finanse
-46%
2030
Cel BT
Raportowanie AT
10.5
Typ celu: Absolutny
Lata od ogłoszenia celu**: 1
Lata raportowania***: 4
Raportowanie CDP: Tak
Zgłaszanie innych niż CO2: Tak
Emisje z podróży lotniczych w 2019 r.: 8946 tCO2e (w tym bez CO2) – tylko CO2: 4708 tCO2
Tak

NA = Podróże lotnicze    BT = Podróże służbowe  AT/BT= mixed reporting****

*Actual emissions if reported, estimated from BT emissions otherwise. Emissions in tCO2e including non-CO2 effects are disclosed if they are reported by the company. **As of January 2024. ***Between 2019 and 2022, with thus a maximum of 4. ****  Company reports BT for some years and AT for others.

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New developments

Companies that submitted new data and improved their performance

lipiec 10, 2024
Mckinsey & Co.
Ordynacyjny
Stany Zjednoczone Ameryki
lipiec 10, 2024
Jacobs
Ordynacyjny
Stany Zjednoczone Ameryki
24 maja 2024 r
Kering
Sprzedaż detaliczna
Francja
kwiecień 23, 2024
Airbus
Lotnictwo
Holandia
kwiecień 23, 2024
ING Group
Finanse
Holandia
kwiecień 23, 2024
Arcadis NV
Ordynacyjny
Holandia

Commitment and reporting data have been diligently collected by Transport & Environment. Companies are invited to submit new data for review and improve their performance by contacting .

There are many aspects to the sustainability of a company’s business model and practices. This ranking covers corporate flying, which is key to reducing emissions and to the future of sustainable aviation. Broader aspects of a company’s business model should also be addressed for it to be considered a leader in sustainability. 

Q&A

In the first edition of the ranking published in 2022, 229 companies were selected. These were chosen from the 2021 Top 100 Corporate Flyers List, the Science-Based Targets (SBTi) database, and through a selection of European companies based upon business travel commitments or reporting. 

In 2022, we removed a limited number of small or low-flying companies, and added a number of large companies susceptible to flying a lot for business, based on number of employees, market capitalisation, and high business travel emissions in the CDP dataset. In 2023, we removed an extra small number of companies due to mergers or being part of another corporate group, and added several new companies with high business travel emissions in the CDP dataset. The ranking now includes 327 companies.

The ranking grades the 327 companies according to eleven indicators, relating to air travel emissions, reduction targets and reporting. Each indicator was broken down into varying levels of success, which gave a company a specific amount of points. 

For example, for the first indicator on commitment (i.e. does a company have a reduction commitment and does it specifically mention business air travel), a company was awarded 0 points for no target, 0.5 points for a broad emissions reduction target, 1 point for a business travel emissions reduction target, and 1.5 points for an air travel emissions reduction target. 

For a detailed overview of the eleven indicators and how many points were attributed for each level of success, please refer to Table 2 of the briefing.

We divided the range for total score, which goes from -1 to 14.5 points, in four equal parts corresponding to categories A, B, C or D. Companies are categorised based on their total score. 

An A grade corresponds to a score of 10.5 points or above. A company with the grade B has a total score ranging from 6.5 to 10. The grade C was given to all those companies with a score between 3 and 6. And the lowest grade, D, was for all companies scoring 2.5 points or less.

We pay particular attention to the top emitting companies which do not have targets to reduce their business travel emissions. These include, in order, Volkswagen, Accenture, KPMG International, Johnson & Johnson, SAP, Siemens, IBM, Microsoft, Alphabet, and Thyssenkrupp.

Points are deducted for not disclosing emissions and for being a major emitter (i.e. having 2019 air travel emissions above 280,000 tCO2). The minimum score (-1) represents a company which has no emissions reduction target, and either has no reporting or is a major emitter.

All companies were contacted before the publication of the ranking. Any company wishing to submit additional data is free to do so. We will then review the data and update the ranking if relevant. 

This year’s edition of the ranking was updated to include a few more companies (see question 1). We also updated the scoring for one indicator, and added another one.  For reporting specificity, if a company reported air travel emissions in some years and only business travel emissions in other years, 1.5 points were awarded for mixed AT / BT reporting, instead of the previous 2 points.  

A new indicator was added for emissions reduction, with an additional 0.5 points awarded to companies which kept their travel emissions in 2022 to under 50% of 2019 levels, meeting the campaign’s goal.  This goal has been established based upon the rigorous analysis in Transport & Environment’s Roadmap to climate neutral aviation showing that a 50% reduction in overall business travel is needed during this decade, in order to keep aviation within a 1.5°C-compatible pathway. T&E’s briefing How Europe can cut its oil demand by a third by 2030 also highlights the necessary contribution short-term reductions in business travel can make to energy security. Within a 50% overall reduction in business travel, it is fair that companies with higher levels of flying – and significant means – have a higher share of responsibility to significantly and quickly reduce their emissions. A handful of leading companies have already set targets compatible with the campaign goal, and 115 companies in the Travel Smart Emissions Tracker have maintained 50% or greater reductions based on 2022 data, demonstrating feasibility.

In addition, the 28 leading companies revealed in our survey [1] as having established policies to shift business flying to rail are highlighted with a badge, identifying them as a rail frontrunner or contender. 

[1] https://travelsmartcampaign.org/wp-content/uploads/Rail-first-for-business_2023-11-2.pdf

The grade attributed to companies may have changed compared to 2023. In this case, an arrow is there to indicate if the company has moved up or down a category. 

In 2022, companies’ air travel emissions remained 48% below 2019 levels. This was to some extent still due to travel restrictions from the COVID-19 pandemic, but we note that companies’ emissions have not rebounded in the same way as commercial aviation emissions did. A meaningful corporate travel target should take 2019 (or a previous year) as a baseline. We publish emissions data from 2019 as this is more representative of companies’ air travel when they have been free to fly. We then indicate whether companies have kept their 2022 emissions 50% or more below 2019 levels, meeting the campaign’s goal.  The latest overview of companies’ travel emissions reductions can be consulted in the Travel Smart Emissions Tracker webpage. 

Companies may find themselves attributed a “broad target” even though they include business travel in a target they have set. This is because targets that include business travel together with other sources of emissions may be able to be achieved without a meaningful reduction in business travel. For example, if a target is set on  employee commuting and business travel, it is well possible that the company achieves its target by reducing employee commuting emissions only. For business travel emissions to be meaningfully targeted, they must represent a substantial share of the scope on which a target is set. We considered a target to be business travel specific if travel emissions represent more than 75% of the emissions on which a target is set, and/or if the company clearly and explicitly detailed its plan to reduce business travel emissions as part of its broader target. 

On top of CO2, aircraft engines emit other gases – nitrous oxides, sulphur dioxide and water – and particulate matter (soot).  These are commonly referred to as non-CO2 emissions, and it is estimated that they account for two thirds of total climate warming from flying. Yet only very few companies reflect the total impact of business flights by accounting for non-CO2 effects. 

Companies should take into account the full climate warming impacts of business flying and reduce them. We found that 44 companies out of 327, up from 40 previously, are leading the way by reporting non-CO2 emissions associated with corporate flights. 

The financial, consulting and pharmaceutical sectors have the best score distribution with several companies ranked A and B. The most represented sector, manufacturing, has almost only C and D scores, similarly to retail and construction. The tech sector has a few B’s but no top marks.

Companies from the three most represented countries, the US, the UK and France, as well as the Netherlands, rank similarly although the UK has a higher share of A companies. This can be explained by the fact that the UK has a third of companies from the financial sector, which are performing well.  The UK and France both have legal frameworks requiring large businesses to report annually on their greenhouse gas emissions. Many US businesses annually report emissions to some degree, and while this is not yet a national legal obligation, California has now adopted legislation requiring large companies doing business in the state to annually report on their emissions.  In the Netherlands, starting in July 2024, businesses above 100 employees will have to report to the government their travel emissions and progress towards the mandated 50% decrease in domestic mobility emissions by 2030, from 2016 levels. Germany, on the other hand, does not have any A companies, and only a few B companies.  Its high share (45%) of poorly ranked manufacturing and energy companies partially explains it. A national policy would be welcome to fix this lack of transparency and commitment to reduce business travel emissions.

Further information about the campaign:

Denise Auclair
Corporate Travel Campaign Manager
Transport & Environment
denise.auclair@transportenvironment.org

For media enquiries:

Diane Vitry
Communications Officer
Transport & Environment
diane.vitry@transportenvironment.org

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