Measure your company's carbon footprint

Measure and understand your corporate carbon footprint.
Scope 1, 2 and 3 covered.
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Measure your carbon footprint and value chain emissions

Measuring greenhouse gas emissions is defined by calculating all relevant emissions across scopes 1, 2 and 3. This step is crucial, as this calculation will define the baseline year that you will compare all your reduction efforts to.

Bringing awareness to the total corporate carbon footprint and value chain emissions of a business enables all efforts of energy savings, cost savings, and overall environmental impact reductions to commence.
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You can only manage what you measure

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Carbon accounting is the wild, wild west

Limited information and understanding of the carbon accounting calculations and methodology are leading to innacurate carbon footprint calculations.
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Inconsistency of carbon accounting methodology

Inappropriate carbon accounting choices result in decision-makers selecting methods they mistakenly believe will reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions when they will in fact increase them.
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Lack of resources

Although knowledge and education around carbon accounting is on the rise, there is a lack of carbon accounting expertise in-house.
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Incomplete scopes measurement

In most cases, companies are missing scope 3 categories, which account for 90% of a businesses total carbon footprint. This leads to incomplete scopes measurement and may enable greenwashing.
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Challenges in carbon accounting

Emissions measurement is often nonstandard, incomplete, imprecise, and misleading.
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Buy-in power

Difficulty explaining or defending results internally.

Measure your emissions across all scopes

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Why is measuring emissions on all scopes crucial?

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Comply with regulations

Measuring your carbon emissions, on all relevant scopes, enables you to prepare for future regulations, which otherwise might have a negative financial impact on your company and its value chain.
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Manage climate risk and increase resilience

Climate risk has taken centre stage on the debate around climate change. That is why companies need to understand their carbon footprint to properly disclose climate risks and opportunities.
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Less CO2 = fewer costs

Identifying and quantifying CO2 emissions helps to recognise excessive energy usage or other inefficiencies. Lowering GHG emissions typically goes hand in hand with increasing efficiency and cost-effectiveness in a company's process.
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Access the carbon market

More and more companies have to pay a price for every tonne of CO2 they emit. This is the so-called carbon emission trading system. More carbon pricing initiatives are emerging, prices for GHG emissions are on the rise and the private sector is implementing internal carbon pricing systems of its own.

Measure your emissions across all scopes

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