Chinese President Xi Jinping stated during the general debate in the UN General Assembly on Sep. 22, 2020: “China will increase its national contribution by adopting more effective policies and measures to reach the carbon emission peak by 2030 and carbon neutrality by 2060. Although there were different opinions on how China control carbon emissions, the "30·60" target set by President Xi ended all disputes, doubts, and entanglements. China now entered an era of comprehensive carbon emission constraints.
On November 22, 2020, President Xi Jinping emphasized in the“Guardian Earth”side event of the G20 Summit in Riyadh that China is committed to climate change and will keep its promise in implementation unswervingly - this is in the fifth statement of the determination within two months, showing China’s resolution and confidence in the fight against climate change.
The Science-Based Target (SBTi) was initiated by the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), the World Resources Institute (WRI), the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) and the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC).The overarching goal of the initiative is to set scientific carbon targets as standard business practices by 2020, setting the target as an essential part of sustainable management practices to help companies play a major role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions globally .

Any greenhouse gas emission reduction target , if meeting the necessary measures to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement according to the latest climate science theories
namely, controlling the global temperature rise below the pre-industrialization level, or below 2°C,
and striving to limit the temperature rise to 1.5°C above
the pre-industrialization level, can be regarded as SBTi

There are 1061 leading companies in various industries aiming at sustainability have committed to set scientific carbon targets
the targets set by 517 companies were approved by SBTi as scientific carbon targets

Setting scientific carbon goals has become standard business practice,
as the basic part of corporate sustainability management practices.



JD Logistics
RUIDE provides JD LogisticsServices in setting SBTi, emission reduction path planning, carbon emission monitoring and disclosure consultation. JD Logistics is the first domestic company that setting the goals in China, and the third one get the approval for the SBTi target review successfully

Step 01:Commit to setting goals

Fill in the letter of commitment and send it to the SBTi working group for the confirmation email and a free information package.

Step 02:Set goals

Evaluate the resources, standard, recommendation, and relevant regulations and guidelines for targets setting, investigate corporate carbon emissions data, choosing a path and method to set targets.

Step 03:Submit the target for review

Fill in the target submission form, send it to the SBTi working group for review and approval, clarify or modify relevant information if necessary for approval.

Step 04:Announce the goal

SBTi promotes the cooperation between publicity teams and companies to coordinate the release of the carbon target, and publish their goal in the website of CDP and UNGC, while providing companies with a free information package.

Step 05:Implement measures and
regularly disclose progress

Combine ESG workflow, integrate resources, Implement emission reduction measures and disclose the process emission reduction annually.