ESG Compliance – How to Make Sure Your Business is Meeting the Requirements

As businesses become increasingly aware of their impact on the environment, more are turning to ESG compliance standards. ESG stands for Environmental, Social and Governance, which are three core criteria that businesses must meet in order to be considered compliant. But what does this mean for businesses? Let’s break down how to make sure you’re meeting the requirements.

What is ESG?

ESG stands for Environmental, Social, and Governance. These three aspects are at the core of any ESG compliant business. …

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An Overview of Scope 3 Reporting

An Overview of Scope 3 Reporting

Whether you are the Managing Director, Sustainability Manager, Chief Financial Officer, or Procurement Manager, understanding corporate sustainability metrics can be challenging. After all, there is a lot to take in when it comes to making sure your company is doing its part to reduce emissions and remain compliant with regulations. One such metric is Scope 3 reporting, which measures the indirect emissions associated with an organisation’s activities. Let’s break down what exactly Scope 3 …

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Changing altitude? Why business cannot backtrack on aviation emissions calculations. 

In case you missed it (because we nearly did!) In July, Google quietly altered the way it calculates the environmental impact of flights.  

Previously their carbon footprints included all the extra stuff a plane pumps out, known as the ‘carbon dioxide equivalents’, these measurements include the contrails of nitrous oxides and water vapour, which trap further heat in the atmosphere when emitted at high altitude.  

But now, Google are provisionally removing the effects of contrails from their estimations, in an

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We’re all doomed…

It is difficult to escape the media view of our impending doom. 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!

Markets, investors, businesses and consumers all react differently. These warnings of peril and uncertainty lead to caution (sensible) but the temptation is to become over cautious (dangerous) and we all need to balance risk against …

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TCFD, here is what you need to know

From 6 April 2022, over 1,300 of the largest UK-registered companies and financial institutions will have to disclose climate-related financial information on a mandatory basis – in line with recommendations from the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD).

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.

Until now, fragmented climate disclosures have made …

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The Move Better challenge….can you help?

Tackling carbon is a huge problem and from the outset we have designed TripShift to be a significant part of the solution. Our vision is for TripShift to become globally recognised as the experts in tracking, mitigating and reducing transport and travel related carbon emissions.

Our core technology is proven and now we are working hard on growth with big plans to attract the best talent and create a stir in the market so that everybody knows the TripShift brand.

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