Companies need an in-depth understanding of where their indirect emissions hotspots are. As regulations and stakeholder expectations change, it’s becoming best practice for companies to understand how they will be impacted. But what does measuring Scope 3 emissions actually involve?
Unravel Carbon’s sustainability team shares their hopes and expectations for COP27 taking place in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt from 6-18 November 2022.
Every year, people waste 2.5 billion tonnes of food - equivalent to 40% of all food produced. Were food waste a country, it would be the third largest greenhouse gas emitter in the world. Taking action to reduce food waste means better management of overall emissions by organizations.
With climate disclosure mandated and rising awareness of the impacts of climate change, more companies are embarking on Scope 3 emissions reporting. However, many face challenges in measuring those indirect emissions that occur in their value chain.
A lot happened in the climate change space in 2021 – and many believe that the awareness around the urgency and magnitude of this issue went mainstream, somehow, at the turn of 2021.
During the budget speech on 18 February 2022, by Finance Minister Lawrence Wong, the future of Singapore’s carbon tax was announced – with other details covering decarbonization pathways for the country and how the Singapore Government will utilize green bonds for infrastructure projects.