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reporting and best practices across the board.
The Paris UN Climate conference represented an historic mark as nearly 200 countries agreed on a universal climate agreement.
The United Nations adopted in September 2015 a set of 17 goal to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all.
One of the proposed ways to combat climate change is through identifying and addressing carbon emissions from business activities through carbon reporting.
Scope 2 relates to indirect CO2 emissions produced by our suppliers in generating energy that we then purchase for our production.
RE100 is a collaborative, global initiative of influential businesses committed to 100% renewable electricity, working to massively increase demand for – and delivery of – renewable energy.
The carbon disclosure project helps companies throughout the world to measure, manage, disclose and reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.
The Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) drives ambitious climate action in the private sector by enabling organizations to set science-based emissions reduction targets.
A renewable energy certificate (REC) is a market-based instrument that represents the property rights to the environmental, social and other non-power attributes of renewable electricity generation in the U.S.
The International REC Standard (I-REC Standard) is empowering electricity purchasers in any region of the world to make renewable electricity consumption choices.
The Guarantee of Origin (GO) is the main and only electricity tracking instrument in Europe that gives electricity consumers the power to actively choose sustainable power production over fossil-fuel based and hence send market signals about their demand.
Green-e® Energy certifies clean energy sold to consumers and businesses that want to reduce the environmental impact of their electricity use in North America.