Deep Dive on Scope II Emissions Accounting
As investor and regulatory pressure to report GHG emissions mounts, it is increasingly important for companies new to carbon accounting to understand and successfully track scope II emissions. Whether it is voluntary frameworks, or mandated reporting regulation, all will require scope I and II emissions data.
In today’s world, it is good practice to have verified scope II information ready for climate risk reports that may be requested of you from your board of directors, current investors, future investors, and other stakeholders. Our new Guide to Scope II Emissions Accounting is here to help you understand and succeed at carbon accounting, and provide tactical tips, examples, and best practices for getting started.
This guide addresses topics like:
- The Basics of Scope II Emissions
- Why It’s Important to Measure Scope II
- The Opportunities of Carbon Accounting
- Calculating Scope II Emissions – Location vs. Market-Base