Ecova Helps Pitney Bowes, Others Manage Carbon Emissions
Ecova says it achieved accreditation by helping its clients meet the highest standards of greenhouse gas emissions accounting while simplifying the process for calculating and reporting with the use of its Carbon Management Solution.
“Alongside calculating GHG emissions, [Ecova’s Carbon Management Solution] software houses business analytic tools for forecasting, scenario modeling and project tracking,” says Paul Robins, CDP’s head of corporate partnerships.
Pitney Bowes uses Ecova’s software to manage its utility data for carbon reporting purposes.
This “has been extremely helpful in enabling us to respond to the CDP climate change and supply chain questionnaires in a timely manner,” says John Thaler, director, global environment, health and safety for Pitney Bowes. “Pitney Bowes adopted Ecova’s Carbon Manager Software in 2014, which further improved our ability to consolidate our global carbon footprint data, calculate greenhouse gas emissions and simplify data transfer to CDP. Ecova’s assistance has reduced the manual labor necessary for this reporting process, improved data integrity and has simplified our achieving third-party verification.”
Ecova’s Carbon Management Solution combines Ecova’s Carbon Manager Software, which is a suite of analytic tools, with its Carbon Consulting solution, consisting of a team of carbon management experts who assist in development of right-sized carbon management programs.
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