Our briefing paper on reporting Scope 2 emissions under the new draft GHG Protocol, illustrates the role of green power instruments in developing effective global solutions to business's renewable energy and carbon management requirements.
Watch our video to find out how global IT services company and CDP Leader, Groupe Steria, is using its carbon management programme to successfully build internal engagement. From challenge events, to building Green Teams, and goal setting to company briefings, Steria has engaged its employees in every step of its sustainability journey. Click below to watch.
How to measure the impact of your responsible sourcing work on your suppliers? Or how to enhance the resilience in the communities and ecosystems that support your supply chains with projects that can measure and verify expected outcomes? These vexing questions are some of the most important justifications for long term supply chain investment.
Watch our video on our panel discussion with Marks and Spencer and PepsiCo to find out more.
New research demonstrates that for every one tonne of CO2 emissions removed from the atmosphere through carbon offsetting, a further $664 of value is delivered in economic, social and environmental benefits to local communities around the world. See the breakdown in our infographic here. The research was conducted by Imperial College London in partnership with the International Carbon Reduction and Offsetting Alliance (ICROA). For the full report, please click read more.Read more
SMEs Taking Effective Measures to Reducing Carbon Footprints and Achieve CarbonNeutral® Certification
CarbonNeutral Footprint Reporter is the perfect online tool for SMEs to measure carbon emissions and become certified as CarbonNeutral. It's an entirely self-service solution, providing a simple and cost-effective way to develop a measurable carbon management programme.Read more
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change issues its most comprehensive assessment of climate change yet. And it isn’t hiding behind the science anymore -- with it’s unequivocal advice to governments: “Act now”.