Carbon neutrality – reduction of greenhouse gas emissions to zero in the course of the company’s activities.
The purpose of the concept is to form a responsible attitude of business to the environment and an understanding of the need to meet modern requirements for sustainable business development and the ESG concept.
The concept is being developed for companies with long-term and ambitious goals in the field of sustainable development, achieving carbon neutrality and obtaining additional profits from eco-oriented consumers and investors.
Allows you to meet ESG trends, to be an active participant in the new low-carbon market. Therefore, achieving carbon neutrality, a company needs to be able to calculate its emissions, know how to optimize and compensate for them. In the future, these skills will allow businesses to save a large amount of money, paying carbon taxes, the system of which is already being developed by different countries within the framework of the Climate Agreement.
There are 2 main greenhouse gas reporting standards for enterprises: GHG Protocol, which includes 3 scopes (Scope 1,2, 3) and ISO 14064.
The calculation of emissions by Scope 1 and Scope 2 is mandatory during preparing non-financial reporting under the GHG Protocol or ISO 14064.
If you have a desire to gain knowledge on the topic of carbon neutrality and greenhouse gases, we can offer you an author’s course developed by our company on “Calculation, optimization and compensation of greenhouse gases according to the best international practices”, available on an online educational platform.