Exploring Sustainable Mobility
Knowledge to drive the move in the right direction.
We at TripShift are dedicated to providing you with the tools and knowledge to make conscious decisions on the move, and this doesn’t stop at tracking and delivering your mobility carbon data. From low carbon travel to the frameworks and legislations you need to know about, check out our insights on all things sustainable mobility.
The IFRS Global Sustainability and Climate Reporting Standards bring much-needed standardisation to sustainability reporting. The global economy needs common reporting standards to reduce fragmentation and drive comparability in climate-related financial data. This uniformity will also allow stakeholders to compare the sustainability performance of different organisations.
As businesses become increasingly aware of their impact on the environment, more are turning to ESG compliance standards.
Scope 3 reporting provides organisations with valuable insights into their operational impacts that cannot be gleaned from measuring only direct emissions sources (i.e., those owned or controlled by the organisation).
In case you missed it (because we nearly did!) In July, Google quietly altered the way it calculates the environmental impact of flights.
Whether the perceived cause is political, economic, climate, or an exotic cocktail of all three, the sentiment being portrayed is very clear: we should batten down the hatches and stand by for DOOM!
Originally formed by the Financial Sustainability Board, the TCFD’s mandate is to encourage uniform climate risk and opportunity disclosure by outlining guidance for disclosures regarding governance, strategy, risk management and climate targets.
Tackling carbon is a huge problem and from the outset we have designed TripShift to be a significant part of the solution.