Anjunabeats, Ninja Tune, And Other Musical Entities To Sign Music Climate Pact

This month various music entities have come together to establish the Music Climate Pact. This new initiative is an agreement across the music industry to cut carbon emissions in half by 2030, and bring emissions to net-zero by 2050.

The fourteen original signatories include major record labels like Sony Music Group, Universal Music Group, and Warner Music Group. Independent entities like Warp, Ninja Tune, and Above & Beyond‘s Anjunabeats have signed as well.

According to musicclimatepact.com, all signatories agree to make the following committments:

  • Take individual and collective action to measure and reduce our greenhouse gas emissions (scopes 1, 2 and 3)

  • By February 2022, have either signed the Science Based Targets standard commitment letter stating that we will commit to setting science-based targets or will have joined the Race to Zero programme

  • Work together as an industry to establish carbon measurement methodologies, tools, and frameworks backed by climate science

  • Work in partnership with shared suppliers and digital streaming platforms (DSPs) to obtain data and drive emission reduction projects in a collaborative fashion

  • Support artists in speaking up on climate issues

  • Communicate openly with fans about the impacts of the music industry.

Read the full scope of the Music Climate Pact here.

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