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Carbon reporting guide for organisations

Carbon reporting, also known as carbon footprinting, is all about measuring your organisation’s greenhouse gas emissions, and therefore its contribution to climate change.

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For some organisations it’s a mandatory requirement - for example, those that meet the Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR) criteria - and increasingly it’s becoming an expectation within supply chains.

Calculating emissions is an essential step on the pathway to your carbon reduction journey and ultimately, becoming a net zero business. But knowing where to start can be hard.

That’s why we’ve created our Guide to Carbon Reporting, helping to make a somewhat complicated and convoluted process, straightforward. With our practical step-by-step guide, you’ll be able to comply with SECR guidelines and execute your organisation's reporting with confidence.

Expect to find:

  • What a carbon footprint is and why you should be reporting on it
  • How to calculate your organisations carbon footprint, including your Scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions
  • How to comply with Streamlined Energy Carbon Reporting (SECR) and other guidelines
  • How to evaluate your carbon performance, set reduction targets and start the positive actions towards becoming a net zero organisation

Download your free copy of the Carbon Reporting Guide below.

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