The purpose of Brav reporting our Environmental Social and Governance (ESG) expedition is to concretely document and measure our challenges and risks, push our responsibility work forwards, and to communicate with our internal and external stakeholders by reporting both responsibility goals, negative findings and achievements. 

Brav will for 2022 report on the Global Reporting Intitivative (GRI), which is the leading international standard for sustainability reporting.
As a step on the road to prepare for GRI, Brav has for 2021 conducted a Materiality Assessment for 2021/2022

The purpose of conducting a Carbon Footprint Accounting is to get a fact based status on today’s emissions to be prepared to reduce our Carbon footprint.
Brav has for 2021 conducted a full Carbon Footprint Accounting scope 1, scope 2, scope 3. Scope 1 and 2 and mandatory. Scope 3 is voluntary, but since scope 3 consist of 99% of Brav Greenhouse Gas emissions, so we focused on getting all 3 scopes in place for 2021, to be able to see our actual emissions. Doing all three scopes in one year and also being the first to measure the carbon footprint in hardware including skiwax, makes Brav in the forefront in this area.
The Carbon Footprint Accounting for 2021 has been done in cooperation with CEMAsys.

Brav Carbon Footprint Accounting 2021

The purpose of Science Based Target initiative (SBTi) is to set climate science goals for our Greenhouse Gas reduction. Science Based Targets initiative defines and promotes best practices in emissions reductions and net-zero targets in line with the latest climate science.

The purpose of taking the Green Dot Plastløftet (Plastic pledge) is to reduce our use of plastic, to measure our conversion from virgin to recycled plastic and to reduce packaging in total. What gets measured usually more efficiently gets acted upon. 
Brav has been a member of Green Dot Norway (Grønt Punkt Norge) since 1999, and we took the Plastic pledge (Plastløftet) for 2021.