Companies have an undeniable responsibility to act on climate change. Not only to reduce their emissions, but to communicate their progress towards carbon neutrality.
Reflections on the EU Commission’s recent Sustainable Carbon Cycle conference: What has been discussed, where do we stand, and what remains to be done?
Led by the European Commission, the European Parliament has adopted a net-zero greenhouse gas emissions target for 2050. The European Green Deal outlines a corresponding vision, outlines a range of possible scenarios, and describes a toolset to help EU member states achieve shared objectives. The Commission’s recent Communication on sustainable carbon cycles highlights three key actions, including “upscale carbon removal solutions”.
“Sustainability” has taken on such a range of connotations that even the companies most eager to pursue it can find themselves at a loss as to where to start. In this post, we’ll examine what sustainability means, and how Perspectives can help you make it part of your business strategy.
Beyond the Paris Agreement under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), in which 196 states and the European Union have agreed to an ambitious set of climate-change targets within, several initiatives to limit global temperature exist.
Climate change may be the first truly existential threat we have faced as a species. In light of the stakes involved, it can be tempting to hastily take steps toward reducing your company’s GHG emissions without pausing to measure where you’re starting and where you hope to go.
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