The original version of this Scope 5 article was recently updated and published on TriplePundit... As more and more organizations start putting a price on carbon, a critical first step is having the cost of carbon felt directly by those emitting it.
Over the past several months, we’ve seen increased interest from medium to large organizations in implementing some sort of carbon pricing. To a large degree, this seems to have been inspired by Microsoft’s success in implementing an internal carbon fee (ICF), which, they claim, now saves them over $10 million each year. It's an exciting [...]
Over the years, I’ve played with Lego blocks side-by-side with my two young boys. This is precious time – a sweet and welcome change in pace from the frenetic work of running a growing, early stage, software company. Nonetheless, as I’m kneeled on the floor in their playroom building forts and space-ships, I often find [...]
I was thrilled to see a recent blog post from one of our power users, Emily Hanning, Senior Sustainability Manager at Outerwall. In her post, Emily calls out the basic benefits that she finds so valuable in Scope 5. These are the very same benefits that we, the Scope 5 team, consider our product’s core [...]
This article (by Julie Urlaub) published in TriplePundit discusses the potential cost savings that can arise when grocery stores set and pursue sustainability goals. It also delves into New Seasons Market's use of Scope 5 and the benefits that New Seasons' realized as a result: Grocery stores are the heaviest users of energy of any [...]