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Taking climate risks and opportunities that exist for supply chains seriously

Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions refer to the carbon emissions produced during operations and energy use of the company. Scope 3 refers to the emissions produced during transportation, supply chain and consumer use. Because of the sheer volume, it is much more challenging to tackle measuring scope 3 emissions. The challenges and progresses in this area are summarised in this article. 

Guide: Everything a Carbon Accounting System Buyer Should Know

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This is an expanded version of the “Building Environmental Sustainability Measurement Capacity,” section found in the main document. We have included this detailed supplementary document to expand on the factors of choosing the best-suited Carbon Accounting System. In order to select the right fit for your company’s assessment needs, we encourage you to consult this document prior to purchasing a carbon accounting system.

2013 Buyers’ Guide for Enterprise Carbon Accounting and Sustainability Software

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Organization: Groom Energy

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In 2008 Groom Energy identified the emerging need within large organizations to track, report and manage their GHG emissions, naming this emerging sector Enterprise Carbon Accounting (ECA). Our research helps companies select software to manage carbon and energy. Our list of active ECA vendors is now up to 75+ vendors and growing.

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