In order to progress in the decarbonisation agenda, manufacturers are realizing that they involve stakeholders from their value chains
Sustainable enterprises stand as beacons of responsible business practices. Increasing primary data share within their systems is a pivotal step to that end.
Carbon accounting is an evolving field and there are increasing number of standards companies can adopt to understand their carbon footprint. In this blog, we address the questions around selecting the right standards when it comes to product carbon footprint
Learn why sharing carbon emissions data is crucial and how companies can prepare for the coming wave of carbon transparency.
Marketing your low-carbon product, or building a sustainable brand, is a challenging task. Learn about growing industry trends and how digital solutions help in building deeper customer relationships
The demand for chemicals is going to increase with the growing population and increase in standard of living. This has direct impact on consumption of energy and hence increase in carbon footprint of chemical industries.
Nearly 75% of the chemical industry's emissions come from the supply chain, with almost 60% belonging to the raw materials purchased. Learn how accurate accounting of these emissions plays a key role in your decarbonisation strategy.
The importance of Scope 3 emissions is now more than ever, but organisations are currently only estimating them. Learn why calculating Scope 3 emissions accurately is of importance.
Policy makers across the globe are planning to put price on carbon and EU is first to take step as it introduces import tariffs. Learn more about how this will affect your export business.
The challenge of gathering Scope 3 emissions data is compounded by the possible threat of liability. Some business leaders fear that the SEC’s regulations may also hold them liable for any incorrect data from their suppliers.