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MCCS( Managed Carbon Credit Solutions)

Managed Carbon Credit Solutions refer to programs or services that help organisations reduce their carbon footprint and offset their emissions by purchasing verified carbon credits. These solutions provide organisations with a way to mitigate the environmental impact of their operations or products by investing in projects that reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, such as renewable energy projects or reforestation initiatives. The carbon credits represent a reduction or removal of GHG emissions that can be used to offset or neutralise the organisation’s own carbon emissions.

A managed carbon credit solution typically involves a third-party provider who manages the carbon credits on behalf of the organisation. This can include identifying and selecting the most appropriate carbon offset projects, purchasing and retiring the carbon credits, and providing a certification or verification of the carbon offsetting process. By using a managed carbon credit solution, organisations can achieve their sustainability goals, demonstrate their commitment to environmental responsibility, and support global efforts to mitigate climate change.

Carbon Neutral Certification

Carbon Neutral Certification is a recognition awarded to companies, products, or services that have achieved a net-zero carbon footprint, meaning that they have balanced their carbon emissions with carbon removal or offsetting activities. This involves calculating the total amount of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions associated with the company's operations, products, or services, and then taking measures to reduce or offset these emissions through renewable energy use, energy efficiency improvements, reforestation projects, and other carbon removal or offsetting activities.

Once these measures have been taken, the company can apply for carbon neutral certification, which can help them to demonstrate their commitment to sustainability, attract environmentally conscious customers, and differentiate themselves from competitors.

GHG reporting : SBTi's Corporate Net-Zero Standard framework for corporate net-zero target setting in line with climate science.

The SBTi (Science Based Targets initiative) has developed a Corporate Net-Zero Standard framework to guide companies in setting net-zero targets that align with climate science. This framework includes guidelines for reporting greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, as well as providing a pathway for companies to achieve net-zero emissions.

By using this framework, companies can ensure that their net-zero targets are in line with the latest climate science, and that they are taking the necessary steps to reduce their GHG emissions and mitigate climate change.

BRSR based on ESG framework based Global Reporting Initiative

The BRSR (Business Responsibility and Sustainability Reporting) framework is an Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) reporting framework that is based on the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) and the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) standards. This framework provides guidelines for companies to report on their ESG performance, including their environmental impact, social responsibility, and corporate governance practices.

By using this framework, companies can ensure that their ESG reporting is consistent with industry best practices, and that they are providing stakeholders with transparent and reliable information about their sustainability performance. This can help companies to build trust with their stakeholders, attract investors, and drive positive social and environmental impact.

Product Footprinting

Product Footprinting refers to the process of measuring and analyzing the environmental impact of a product over its entire life cycle, from raw material extraction to end-of-life disposal or recycling. This includes all stages of the product's life cycle, such as manufacturing, distribution, use, and disposal, and takes into account factors such as greenhouse gas emissions, water use, waste generation, and other environmental impacts.

By using this framework, companies can ensure that their net-zero targets are in line with the latest climate science, and that they are taking the necessary steps to reduce their GHG emissions and mitigate climate change.

By conducting a product footprint analysis, companies can identify areas where they can reduce their environmental impact, optimize their production processes, and develop more sustainable products. This can help companies to meet sustainability goals, comply with regulations, and respond to growing consumer demand for environmentally responsible products.