Conducting a Carbon Audit (also referred to as carbon footprinting) is a vital first step in the development of a Carbon Management Strategy for companies and organisations aiming to minimise their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and thereby their contribution to anthropogenic climate change. The primary objective of a carbon audit is to measure and record an organisations GHG emissions associated with its significant activities over a one year period. Put simply; measuring GHG emissions is the first step to effectively managing them.
SLP Environmentals SE Asian carbon audits are undertaken and reported in accordance with guidance contained within the GHG Protocol; Corporate Accounting and Reporting Standard as developed by the World Business Council for Sustainable Development. This is the internationally recognised standard for the corporate accounting and reporting of GHG emissions as it aligns with other international measuring/reporting schemes such as ISO 14040 and ISO 14064-1.