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Ski Utah

Climate Neutral Certified Label

category

Non-profit organization

first certified

2022

current certification year

2023

About Climate Neutral Certification

Wherever you see the Climate Neutral Certified label, it means the company is accountable for its greenhouse gas emissions. To earn the label, a company must annually measure cradle-to-customer emissions, implement specific action plans to reduce emissions, and invest in high quality, verified carbon credits.

The certification requirements are detailed in the rigorous, peer-reviewed Climate Neutral Certified Standard. Each company’s application is reviewed for compliance by Change Climate’s certification team.

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Emissions

Ski Utah's emissions inventory uses financial estimates based on spending data. Ski Utah attests to the accuracy of their data inputs and the Change Climate team reviews the submission for compliance with our Standard.

116 tCO2e

Roughly equal to driving 26 gas-powered cars for one year

02

Reduction Plans

Ski Utah has adopted near-term action plans to reduce GHG emissions within the next 12-24 months.

Active

Source of emissions

Business travel

Action

We plan to reduce emissions by limiting business travel

Status

Newly set

Complete By

Q1 2024

Scope

Scope 3

Source of emissions

Employee commuting

Action

We plan to reduce emissions by incentivizing more efficient commuter travel by integrating WFH, bike and carpool incentives.

Status

Newly set

Complete By

Q1 2024

Scope

Scope 3

Source of emissions

Vehicle fleet

Action

Replace our traditional vehicle fleet with zero-emission electric vehicles.

Status

In progress

Complete By

Q1 2023

Scope

Scope 1

Source of emissions

Employee commuting

Action

Implement a policy for low-carbon commuting to incentivize employees to Carpool/Walk/Bike at least 1x per week this summer to SKi Utah HQ.

Status

Newly set

Complete By

Q2 2023

Scope

Scope 3

03

Compensation

Ski Utah addressed last year’s emissions by buying and retiring an equal amount of high quality, verified carbon and clean energy credits.

Emissions accounted for

116 tCO2e

Roughly equal to keeping 129,920 pounds of carbon in the ground

Total investment

$4,408

Project types

Forestry

Type

Forestry

Description

There are many types of forestry projects. Some protect forests from deforestation, while others plant new trees to restore existing forests ...read more

Ski Utah and Utah's ski resorts are passionate about snow, not only because we work in the mountains, but we live, play and recreate in them as well. Utah's ski resorts are committed to mitigating their environmental impacts and protecting their communities for future generations to enjoy.

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