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.
Learning how sustainability fits into your organization starts with understanding strategic alignment, and moves quickly to issues like resource use and reporting needs. Scope 5 has developed 10 questions that help you get going in areas that matter most.
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