Everyone wants better carbon emissions data, and there is a lot of confusion around very similar sounding terms: Investment-grade data, finance-grade data, financed emissions and reportable data. If we cut through the word cloud, what’s really going on?
“2022: The year business truly takes the lead on sustainability”
From “Hello GLYNT!” to Reportable Data in Just 4 Weeks
Mark Edwards of the Boss Equity podcast has an in-depth conversation with Martha Amram, CEO & Co-Founder, of GLYNT.AI
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2021 saw growing investor demand for green investments, consumers shifting spending to sustainable products, and a boom in green financing. We also saw an accelerant. The answer to “Carbon emissions –What’s in it for me?
As 2021 races to a close, it is easy to get frustrated that we don’t have a perfect planetary consensus on climate policy. But for the private sector, there is good news.
As we race to the close of 2021, GLYNT is getting a lot of customer inquiries about “rush jobs” on carbon emissions data.
Our response: No Problem.
Ambitious emissions reduction pledges are often followed by the question, “How will we pay for all of this?” That’s the wrong question.
There is a lot of talk about carbon emissions these days. But where does the data come from? Do you know your carbon emissions number?
For almost everyone, the answer is “no.”
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