Why you need to use carbon removal to meet science-based targetsIf we wait until 2050 to fund carbon projects, net zero will be out of reach. We share why you need to use carbon removal to meet science-based targets. Today.
Beyond Greenwashing: The Rise of Greenhushing in Business SustainabilityWhy do companies choose silence over transparency in their sustainability practices? Discover the reasons behind this cautious approach, its potential consequences, and the importance of genuine communication in business sustainability.
Maria Lacalle MulsInternational Account Executive, Logistics
Leveraging Carbon Insets To Accelerate Low-Emission Transportation SolutionsA new piece of guidance for the Voluntary Market! The Smart Freight Centre recently updated its Carbon Insetting Framework, linked to Logistic Emission Accounting and Reporting. In this blog, we break down its implications for the logistics industry and announce our new insets partnership.
Spend vs activity-based: What's the best methodology for calculating carbon emissions? Learn about the several different methods or approaches that can be used to calculate carbon emissions for different business needs.
A guide to making credible green claims: from carbon neutral to net zero and beyondBusiness sustainability is becoming more and more important, and so many businesses are using green environmental claims like 'net zero' or 'carbon neutral' for their products or company as a whole. How can businesses ensure these green claims are credible? And how does their carbon offsetting fit into those claims?
Opportunities for sustainability in procurement: visible supply chain emissions, automatic offsetting, and moreWhat environmental impact does procurement make? And what would sustainable procurement processes look like? From emissions visibility to environmentally-friendly suppliers to automated offsetting, let’s explore sustainability in procurement.
The EU’s Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive will apply to at least 10,500 non-EU companiesResearch by the Wall Street Journal has found that the EU's Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive will mean that at least 10,500 companies based outside the EU will need to start reporting on their environmental impact in line with the Directive – mostly concentrated in the US, UK, Canada, and Japan.
It’s time to get serious about corporate environmental claims: an overview of the EU Green Claims Directive Green claims – from carbon neutral to net zero to climate positive and more – are now commonplace in business communications. But, too often they're vague and unsubstantiated. The EU's Green Claims Directive aims to address that. Here's an overview of the new requirements for companies making environmental claims.
Everything you need to know about new IMO measures – the Carbon Intensity Indicator and Energy Efficiency Existing Ship IndexNew regulations by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) require all large ships to report their carbon emissions and make annual improvements
Climate disclosure regulations are coming into effect across the world – here’s what you need to knowLegislation requiring companies to report on sustainability – their environmental impact and the risks and opportunities facing the business – is upcoming across the globe, from the EU Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive to the US proposed SEC climate disclosure rule.
What should you include in corporate sustainability reporting? An overview of global standards for climate disclosureMandatory sustainability reporting for businesses is on the way – but what should be included in this reporting? Well global standards (like those by the TCFD and ISSB) are being developed to give companies frameworks on exactly this.
5 reasons CEOs should care about climate impactProfitability, risk, capital, innovation: all top of the list when it comes to your targets as a CEO. But what about climate impact? Well, it turns out that sustainability can help meet all of those goals – here’s how...
$63 billion of global trade will be lost each year due to climate change impacts on portsOxford University researchers find that climate impacts cost $7.6 billion in damage every year at ports, and $63 billion in lost trade
How to make the business case for a sustainable supply chain – get internal buy-in with this free slide deck templateThe business case for a sustainable supply chain is a no-brainer, mitigating climate risk whilst gaining huge competitive advantage. But, getting internal buy-in to implement a sustainable logistics solution isn't always easy. This free slide deck template will help you make a killer pitch to your senior leaders.
What is ‘climate quitting’? Meet the employees on the hunt for green jobsClimate quitting – it seems to be the LinkedIn buzzword of 2023, following on from the great resignation of 2021 and ‘quiet quitting’ in 2022. But what exactly is climate quitting?
Sustainable investments have 20% less risk: why investors are demanding climate disclosureInvestors are demanding sustainability reporting from companies. Why are they suddenly making climate disclosure a priority? And what information do they need from businesses? Here’s everything you need to know...
Payments companies need to prepare now for mandatory climate disclosure regulationsMore and more countries are implementing mandatory climate disclosure regulations – meaning companies are required to report on and improve their environmental impact, including in the payments sector.
Climate disclosure regulations in the UK – what do new Sustainability Disclosure Requirements mean for your business?The Sustainability Disclosure Requirements will streamline corporate sustainability reporting in the UK, and make it mandatory for more companies to disclose their environmental impact and progress – as part of the wider Greening Finance roadmap.
Climate disclosure regulations in the US – what does the proposed SEC climate disclosure rule mean for your business?The proposed SEC climate disclosure rule will massively increase the number of companies which must disclose their environmental impact and progress.
An overview of the EU Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive – what does it mean for your business?The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) makes it mandatory for all large companies operating in the EU to report on their environmental impact from 2024 onwards.
Digitisation and sustainability: the 2 major trends shaping logistics in 2022 From end-to-end supply chain visibility, to improved planning and risk management, to route optimisations and efficiencies, it’s clear that the future of logistics is both digital and sustainable...