Quantification and reporting of climate changing gas emissions contributing to global warming (greenhouse effect) following the requirements of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) and the Greenhouse Gas Protocol (GHGP). The assessment will refer to the previous full calendar year and will include the three main international reference indices: Scope 1, 2, 3. The sum of these 3 Scopes expresses the annual carbon footprint in tons of carbon dioxide equivalent [tCO2 e].
Following the reporting of emissions, an analysis of the last Carbon Footprint report is carried out: The Carbon Assessment. The Carbon Footprint is chosen as the "base year" for the purpose of identifying areas of potential improvement. All this will be in line with the reference ISO standards, i.e. ISO 14000 series. Thanks to this activity, it will be possible to understand where to intervene in order to improve the emission inventory at a structural level and not only. The Carbon Assessment, coherently with the philosophy of internal bench marking (with the base year) or external with organizations belonging to the same sector, will lead to the emergence of useful information for the purpose of the emission reduction plan.
Carbon Reduction Roadmap
The Carbon Reduction Roadmap represents the consequence of the company's commitment to sustainability from the point of view of emissions. It consists of a multi-year reduction plan to lead the company, through the implementation of innovative or improving technologies, to reduce its emissions year after year. Depending on the company's needs, it will be possible to underline the pursuable options to be framed according to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the UN.
The objective is to reach a point beyond which it is not possible to reduce emissions for technological or economic reasons according to the BATNEEC approach: Best Available Technology Not Entailing Excessive Costs.
Once its Carbon Footprint has been estimated, each company will be able to offset the emissions generated with the same amount of Carbon Credits, reaching in this way the Carbon Neutral status. Carbon Credits are intangible assets that the company can purchase to neutralize the emissions produced (each carbon credit is equivalent to one ton of CO2 equivalent).
The income from these credits, which CCC produces from forestry projects, will go to finance the continuity of the same projects and the implementation of new ones. Carbon Credits are certified and issued by International Standards (including VERRA) and audited by external and independent third parties accredited by the Standards.
Green Marketing & Communication
Starting from a scenario-based analysis we offer assistance to communicate internally and externally, in an effective and transparent way, the commitment to environmental sustainability of our clients with the aim of maximizing the value of the activities carried out involving the stakeholders of interest.