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Ever since the effect of corporate behavior on climate change became apparent, companies have aimed to put sustainability at the heart of their business model. Doing so usually involves an ESG strategy.
Cloud computing has become an essential part of business for many companies, as it allows businesses to be more agile and scalable, while also reducing costs.
There’s a frequently cited claim that only 90 companies are responsible to blame for most of the global carbon emissions.
An emission factor (also known as a conversion factor, emission intensity, or carbon intensity) is used to calculate the rate at which an activity releases greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.
A look at the hidden emissions that can make or break your carbon-neutral commitment.
Wondering which new laptop is the best one to buy to reduce your annual greenhouse gas emissions and help the fight against climate change? We’ve got you covered. Take a look at our table for information on the environmental impact of 10 of the most popular laptops.
The new Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) builds upon the success of the European Green Deal by extending its principles across all sectors and industries.
Wanting to become more transparent about your company’s sustainability but not sure where to start with emissions reporting? Take a leaf out of the experts’ book. Here are six examples from Fortune 500 companies to inspire your emissions reporting.
Today, supply chains are facing unprecedented challenges, climate change most of all. Learn more on how to add carbon intelligence to your supply chain model.