Carbonsink integrated approach allows you to find the best solution compare to your industry sector peers to drive toward a continuous improvement cycle (climate action loop), enabling to achieve ever-more ambitious goals, even outside the corporate zone of influence.
The intervention area can be internal to the supply chain, with insetting* initiatives, or outside the latter, offsetting*. In both cases, the goal pursued by Carbonsink is to help every company enhance its contribution in the fight against climate change.
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We analyse your business to identify, personalise and develop mitigation strategies to face climate change. We support benchmarking within your industry sector to asses where you stand compare to your peers and competitors.
Identifying direct emission sources (scope 1-scope 2) associated with internal business activities (eg Carbon Footprint, Life Cycle Assessment) and indirect emissions (scope 3) , with the aim of defining risk factors and exposure to climate change within the supply chain. Integrating sustainability reporting with internationally recognised frameworks (such as Carbon Disclosure Project) to communicate transparently to your stakeholder to tackle the climate change issues to demonstrate a robust business model over time and attract investors.
Defining credible Reduction goals (eg Science Based Target), allowing the company to drive a change in and out of its boundaries (for example, green procurement, supplier policy) has substantial results tracked records. Investing in mitigation projects capable of making your business more secure and sustainable over time.
Creating "ad hoc" business programmes to help mitigate climate change through solutions aimed at decreasing or neutralizing the most difficult emissions to track and reduce (eg scope 3), such as:
- insetting, i.e., investment in projects to reduce carbon emissions (measurable and certifiable) within the company's production and/or supply chain, creating a positive impact on the environment, communities and natural resources;
- offsetting, i.e., investment in mitigation projects outside the company influence, using certified carbon credits recognised by the major international standards and climate agreements .
Results are constantly monitored through the major international standards used to quantify emissions of CO2 eq. The goal is to maximise the contribution of each investment (climate finance) to achieving theSustainable Development Goal (SDGs) and align it with the performance indicators (used by the company to track strategic goals).
After finishing this step and measuring the results achieved, the company can continue its continue its transition to a new "climate neutral" business model in a continual improvement approach.