New GHG Management Whitepaper
One sure sign that climate change and energy concerns have risen to the top of the corporate agenda: GHG management is now widely regarded by investors as a key indicator of effective risk management, and its processes are subject to accounting and reporting scrutiny that is typically associated with financial reporting.
For more than a decade, momentum has steadily grown for corporations to align GHG management with their core business operations. For example, 3,000 organizations in more than 60 countries now measure and disclose their greenhouse gas emissions and climate change strategies through the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), including more than 80 percent of Global 500 companies.
In order to harness the powerful capabilities and benefits of GHG management programs, businesses must first develop corporate-wide strategies to collect and calculate GHG emissions from the bottom up in order to provide accurate regulatory and voluntary reporting and give investors and stakeholders a transparent view of your performance. An information management solution is the foundation of a corporate GHG and energy management strategy, and it is the best tool available to help companies develop a complete, accurate, and comparable base to address the demands of the changing global compliance landscape.
Read this complimentary paper to learn why a robust enterprise information management strategy is critical to support your organization’s overall GHG management plan and the rigorous reporting requirements of regulators, investors and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that are closely monitoring your company’s performance.
Who should view this report: Executives who are responsible for regulatory compliance, enterprise sustainability performance, energy management initiatives, addressing stakeholder demands for transparent reporting of risks and costs associated with climate change.
Download this complimentary white paper for insightful details on:
- Business drivers for GHG reporting
- Eight steps to build a corporate GHG and energy strategy
- The benefits of adopting GHG and energy management strategy as part of a your company’s broader approach to enterprise sustainability management
- Why information management is the cornerstone of a successful GHG and energy management program