Carbon emissions are a global issue that is only going to become more pressing in the coming years. The increasing carbon emissions will lead to climate change, which in turn will have a number of negative effects on human health, development capacity, and the environment. Especially in the ASEAN region, it is important for each country to take measures to reduce their carbon emissions. Particularly for businesses, they can help to combat carbon emissions by tracking their emissions and making changes to their operations as needed. There are many ways for businesses to track their emissions and these include using globally recognized reporting standards, investing in energy efficiency technologies, or upgrading their vehicle fleets with greener cars.
There are a number of ways for businesses to quantify their GHG emissions and this can be based on either using GHG Protocol or the ISO 14064 Standards. Despite having differences, both offer a great deal of flexibility for businesses to tailor their reporting requirements. Alignments between standards support businesses in delivering consistent information in comparable formats across global markets.
Business owners can choose the option that is most suitable for them depending on their size, area of business operation, and other relevant factors. By quantifying their emissions and taking steps to reduce them, businesses can help to combat climate change and ensure that they are making a positive impact on the environment.
Whatever steps businesses take to reduce their carbon emissions, it is important that they work together with other stakeholders in the region to make sure that the negative impacts of climate change are minimized. Our services include:
Carbon (GHG) Accounting (GHG Protocol/ISO 14064)
Carbon Offset Programs
Voluntary Carbon Market (VCM)
For more information on how you can manage your organization's carbon emissions, contact us for a discussion!