Supply Chain Emissions
The SEC Wants More Climate Data. Digital Solutions Can Build on That Goal.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission recently released a proposed climate disclosure rule requiring all publicly traded companies to report greenhouse gas emissions and climate-related risks in financial disclosures.
Looking Beyond Greenhouse Gases: Everything You Don’t Want to Know about the Things You Buy
Many of us rarely see the origins of the stuff we consume. For the lucky ones at the demand end of industrial value chains, this ignorance is bliss. But on the supply side, industries have cataclysmic impacts on the climate, landscapes, and communities.
Biden’s Executive Order on Blockchain for Climate Transparency: Here’s How It Could Work
The federal government stepped into two quickly evolving ecosystems on March 9, when President Biden issued an executive order on ensuring responsible development of digital assets.
Corporate GHG Emissions Need to Move Beyond “Best-Guess” Territory
Historically, companies looking to calculate their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions have had to rely on self-reported data and estimates rather than primary data from supply chain partners. These best-guess estimates lead to inconsistencies and a lack of clarity about what is really being emitted.
Why We Need to Standardize Emissions Tracing to Get to Net Zero
When it comes to fighting climate change, we don’t have time for false starts—in the decisive decade, we have to get it right the first time around. That knowledge has guided our work building the COMET Framework, together with our partners at MIT’s Sustainable Supply Chains Initiative, the Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment, and the Colorado School of Mines.