Investor-grade ESG data is a hot topic these days, so FTSE Russell dug into the reporting coverage and quality of Scope 1 and 2 data. The results, they say, were “sobering.”
Last week GLYNT attended Benchmark ESG’s Impact 2022 conference – here are our top two takeaways
GLYNT.AI was selected as an honorable mention in two categories, AI & Data, and World Changing Ideas. The awards honor clean technology, innovative corporate initiatives, brave new designs for cities and buildings, and other creative works that are supporting the growth of positive social innovation, tackling social inequality, climate change, and public health crises.
Transform NOW Episode 154:Confronting Climate Disclosures with Intelligent AutomationThe New CFO Challenge: Climate Risk Climate change has become a key variable for the investor community as they believe climate transition costs will be volatile and rising for...
Chieng Moua, our CRO, recently attended the annual Bitcoin Conference held in Miami. Here’s a short Q&A about what he saw and learned
Automating Carbon Emissions Data Management – From Utility Invoices to ESG Disclosures
GLYNT.AI’s guides for CFOs and sustainability teams navigate the new world of climate risk disclosures, helping to mitigate risk and enhance shareholder value
We’re delighted to announce a new podcast series, the GLYNT View. Featuring animated conversations with CEO Martha Amram and Chief Revenue Officer Chieng Moua, the GLYNT View is an informative and engaging take on the key business opportunities for carbon emissions data.
From Futurology: “These startups and companies are taking a variety of approaches to innovating the Artificial Intelligence industry, but are all exceptional companies well worth a follow.”
GLYNT.AI and Vutility announce a strategic partnership that combines automated utility bill data and real-time monitoring to deliver the high-quality energy and water data needed for reporting emissions and operational efficiencies.
This is Part 2 in a two-part series.
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”