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Sponsored: We may never fully realize AI’s potential to solve profound global challenges if we don’t first address its environmental impact today.
Sponsored: Businesses rely on data analytics in most areas of operations; why not energy consumption? Learn how businesses are using smart meters to give insight into energy use, maintenance and operations.
by Ricky Singh
Sponsored: Our global climate crisis deepens on the need for cleaner, resilient versions of essential systems that keep business operational.
Sponsored: From underground potash mines to grower’s fields, technology is transforming the way food is grown.
Sponsored: Whether you own, operate or lease buildings, making data-driven energy management decisions is key to reducing building related emissions across your business.
by David Solsky
Sponsored: Balancing parent company messaging with local CSR needs can be challenging. Here are some tips our energy company would like to share about sustainability reporting.
Organizations worldwide are facing increasing pressure to capture, analyze, and report their carbon data in a quantified, metrics-driven way. As regulatory requirements are tightening, there is a need for technology that supports these processes, especially as it relates to environmental issues such as greenhouse gas emissions and energy consumption.
Scope 3 emissions represent the largest and hardest to address segment of most corporate carbon footprints. Complex global value chains, inconsistent measurement, and a lack of transparent disclosure pose immense challenges for companies looking to develop a clear understanding of their full climate impact – a necessity for delivering on science-aligned net zero commitments.