Carbon risk and its impact on financial returns is increasingly occupying the minds of investors, customers, lenders, boards and CFOs.
Know your carbon impacts, know what carbon is costing you. Finding out what’s causing your carbon emissions and what proportion of turnover those activities represent will help to identify the scale of the risk and possible savings.
Planning for a low carbon future makes good business sense. Start with greenhouse gas measurement then create an emissions reduction plan.
Identify opportunities for energy reduction, operational efficiency and savings to your bottom line. Manage your carbon risks and meet disclosure requirements.
Carbon Disclosure Project research has shown that many carbon reduction activities generate an annual return on investment (ROI) of 33%, equivalent to a payback period of three years.
In its basic form carbon management consists of measuring, planning, reducing, monitoring and offsetting.