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What Companies Need to Know About Reporting Scope 2 Emissions

What Companies Need to Know About Reporting Scope 2 Emissions

When companies disclose their emissions to environmental disclosure reporting organization CDP (formerly Carbon Disclosure Project) this year, they will need to calculate their scope 2 emissions from purchased electricity differently, using the new GHG Protocol Scope 2 Guidance. Getting a handle on how to report scope 2 emissions now will … Read more »

GHG Protocol

Emissions Reporting Guidance for Low-Carbon Electricity Purchases

The World Resources Institute has published new guidance for companies to measure emissions from purchased electricity. The first major update to the GHG Protocol Corporate Accounting and Reporting Standard responds to the rapid growth of renewable energy and other major shifts in the electricity market, WRI says. The GHG Protocol … Read more »

Agricultural Guidance

WRI Launches Agriculture Guidance to Manage Emissions

Agricultural companies can better measure, manage and report greenhouse gas emissions with Agricultural Guidance from the World Resources Institute. This sector is responsible for 17 percent of global GHG emissions but 75 percent of agricultural producers targeted by CDP do not report their emissions, WRI says. Unlike industrial sectors, agricultural … Read more »

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Why Reporting Nitrogen Trifluoride Matters

The Greenhouse Gas Protocol now requires nitrogen trifluoride (NF3), a chemical released in some high-tech industries including electronics manufacturing, to be included in GHG inventories under the Corporate Standard, Value Chain (Scope 3) Standard, and Product Standard. The amendment keeps the GHG Protocol’s reporting requirements aligned with those of the … Read more »

How to Manage Scope 3 Emissions

How to Manage Scope 3 Emissions

Properly managing value chain, or Scope 3, emissions is a critical survival tool companies must use to gain competitive advantage in a resource-constrained future, the Carbon Trust says. Value chain emissions often represent the largest source of greenhouse gas emissions and in some cases can account for up to 90 … Read more »

GRI Seeks Public Comment on GHG Reporting Guidelines

The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) is asking the public to help improve the way companies disclose their greenhouse gas emissions. The non-profit is requesting feedback on its latest sustainability reporting framework, G4. The guidelines were already available for feedback until Sept. 25. However, an additional Public Comment Period is now … Read more »

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