Walmart, IBM, and Procter & Gamble have started asking suppliers for their carbon footprints. Voluntary carbon reporting initiatives are expanding into regional markets, supply chains, and even other natural resources. And consumers today are well equipped to spot cases of greenwashing.
Measuring and managing carbon validates your claims in ways only facts-and-figures, numbers-based analyses provide. So when you tell your biggest customer that as a leader in environmental responsibility you are reducing your carbon emissions by 10% this year, you sound savvy and sophisticated and have the numbers to back it up.
How we can help you speak more confidently:
Carbon Sense develops custom workshops for audiences both new to and advanced in the fields of carbon accounting, carbon offsets, and carbon markets. We are committed to sharing our expertise and elevating the understanding of this new, and sometimes confusing, field. Whether you’re planning a session for your staff, customers, suppliers, industry association, or other stakeholders, we will design and deliver a program that meets the audience’s needs and expectations.
Carbon Sense was thrilled to lead a workshop for the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nova Scotia professional development series. We presented to a diverse group of chartered accountants on the impacts and opportunities in the low-carbon economy, and led sample calculations to measure and monetize carbon emissions.