This is Part 1 in a two-part series.
Can we reduce GHG emissions quickly enough if carbon offsets are available? Or should corporations be judged solely on their emissions reductions?
Here’s the GLYNT view on carbon emissions data for the next few years
Everyone needs to get smart about primary and secondary sources of carbon emissions data.
This week, market analysts expect to see the price of carbon cross the EUR 100 mark. There are two things to note about this milestone.
“It’s time for carbon emissions data to be a standard extension of enterprise reporting,” said Moua.
At GLYNT we focus on Scope 2 emissions data at scale. We do it so you and your interns won’t have to.
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”
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