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The Corporate Carbon Footprint and Scope 3 Climate Data as the Challenging Crown of the CO2 Balance in Practice

October 20, 2021

4:00 PM GMT +2

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An agitated civil society, led by the young climate activist Greta Thunberg, has increased the pressure on politicians and business to take bold action against climate change. And the financial market is also increasingly concerned with the climate impact of industries and is increasing the pressure in turn - especially through the EU taxonomy. For most companies, the first step is to identify and assess their corporate carbon footprint, the so-called CO2 balance or climate balance. Scope 1, 2, and 3 climate data (according to the Greenhouse Gas Protocol) are used to measure how much CO2 a company emits directly and indirectly along the value chain. In practice, measuring the indirect Scope 3 climate data poses particular challenges for companies. 

Join sustainability experts from Sustainalize and Cority to gain insight into the world of corporate carbon footprinting and its requirements for professional data management. We'll walk through the challenges in corporate practice, but above all share practical tips for collecting Scope 3 climate data, which can be considered the crowning achievement of the carbon footprint. In addition, learn how to meet these challenges with a digital solution to bring reliability and quality to your climate data.

Feel free to bring your individual questions and experiences around carbon footprinting in practice. At the end of the webinar Sustainalize and Cority will be happy to answer your questions. 

In this webinar you will learn:        

  • Why it's important for companies to be aware of their carbon footprint

  • What are the challenges and opportunities of a corporate carbon footprint

  • What are the key steps to a corporate carbon footprint

  • What is the best approach to collecting indirect Scope 3 climate data

EU Taxonomy Regulation Explained.

An agitated civil society, led by the young climate activist Greta Thunberg, has increased the pressure on politicians and business to take bold action against climate change. And the financial market is also increasingly concerned with the climate impact of industries and is increasing the pressure in turn - especially through the EU taxonomy. For most companies, the first step is to identify and assess their corporate carbon footprint (CCP), the so-called CO2 balance or climate balance. Scope 1, 2 and 3 climate data (according to the Greenhouse Gas Protocol) are used to measure how much CO2 a company emits directly and indirectly along the value chain. In practice, measuring the indirect Scope 3 climate data poses particular challenges for companies.

Join sustainability experts from Sustainalize and Cority to gain insight into the world of corporate carbon footprinting and its requirements for professional data management. We'll walk through the challenges in corporate practice, but above all share practical tips for collecting Scope 3 climate data, which can be considered the crowning achievement of the carbon footprint. In addition, learn how to meet these challenges with a digital solution to bring reliability and quality to your climate data.

Feel free to bring your individual questions and experiences around carbon footprinting in practice. At the end of the webinar Sustainalize and Cority will be happy to answer your questions.

In this webinar you will learn:        

  • Why it's important for companies to be aware of their carbon footprint

  • The challenges and opportunities of a corporate carbon footprint

  • The key steps to a corporate carbon footprint

  • The best approach to collecting indirect Scope 3 climate data


Marie-Lucie Linde, Sustainability Advisor, Cority

Markus Bowe, Product Manager, Cority


Speakers

Olivier Benz, Sustainalize