I struggled with the conclusion that the AG leader should be disqualified. Should he or she be disqualified? Even if we may find the style hypocritical or morally problematic, is that grounds for disqualification?
Scope 5 announced the integration of Scope 5 with Concur, the leading provider of integrated travel and expense management solutions. The integration is available in the Concur App Center. Scope 5’s integration with Concur makes it easier for sustainability professionals to track business travel emissions, giving corporate leaders valuable insights from sophisticated internal carbon accounting…. Read More
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.
In a talk with user experience experts at a recent Blink UX event, Derek Eisel of Scope 5 shared insights into how employees are interacting with sustainability data, including sites like CDP and CSRHub. Watch the video to learn more.
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… Read More
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… Read More
A few years ago I left my job with Expeditors, where I was leading, tracking and reporting sustainability, to join Scope 5. Now I help sustainability professionals simplify their lives, enrich their data and make the reports they produce more meaningful. Along the way I’ve listening to the frustrations and complications that hundreds of sustainability… Read More
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… Read More
I’m in Boston for two days and I’m already missing home a bit, so I’m excited to see Val Fishman speak on water at New Metrics. Aside from the natural affinity with the topic that you’d expect from someone with Val’s last name, Val has deep environmental experience from her work at the Bonneville Environmental… Read More
Have you heard claims from your local grocery store chain or airline about their greenness and thought, “yeah right”, because you work in sustainability and put “yeah, right” on the end of most of your thoughts? Where do you go to find out which companies have publically committed to what measurable goals? I’ve been looking… Read More
Last week Scope 5 joined sustainability professionals from a number of WA businesses to meet with WA Governor Jay Inslee. Scope 5 is a member of WA Business for Climate Action (WBCA) and the meeting was a chance to share with Inslee things we’re hearing from business about sustainability. Inslee shared with us his plans… Read More
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… Read More