Market Insight: The Future Of Carbon Accounting
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Carbon accounting is the mechanism that organizations use to measure and quantify emissions. The rise of net zero as a business priority has called into question the suitability of current carbon accounting methodologies, in light of stakeholder demands to improve carbon data accessibility and provide evidence of decarbonization progress. This report should be used by business leaders to understand how carbon accounting will evolve in the near future, and how this will impact corresponding business processes.
Table of contentsCarbon Accounting Will Adapt To Enable Decarbonization
What Leaders Need From Carbon Accounting Is Evolving
New Demands On Emissions Reporting Undermine The Suitability Of The GHG Protocol
The Future Of The GHG Protocol In A Decarbonizing Economy
Three Recommendations To Futureproof Carbon Accounting Strategies
Table of figuresFigure 1. The GHG Protocol Scopes
Figure 2. ESG And Sustainability Processes Funding Priorities
Figure 3. The Tripartite Carbon Reporting Model