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Corporate GHG inventory

Quantifying, tracking and managing corporate greenhouse gas emissions for a low-carbon future with efficient management

What is Corporate GHG inventory

Corporate GHG inventory refers to the process of calculating the direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions generated by various stages of an enterprise's social or production activities. It is also known as "compiling a greenhouse gas emissions inventory".

GHG inventory is the foundation and basis for enterprises to set scientific carbon targets and implement carbon reduction measures. With a clear understanding of their carbon footprint, companies can set science-based targets (such as SBTi), implement carbon emission reduction, assess carbon performance, and thereby achieve dual carbon goals.

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Corporate GHG inventory can bring you the following values

  • Identification

    Identify cost-effective emission reduction opportunities and reduce product carbon emissions.

  • Control

    Manage and reduce greenhouse gas risks.

  • Profit

    Manage carbon assets, participate in the carbon market, and gain accurate profits.

  • Trust

    Build a responsible corporate image and gain consumer trust.

Our service process

Our advantages: an efficient and secure digital platform

CarbonNewture's one-stop carbon management platform dynamically monitors an enterprise's carbon emissions and reduction progress in real-time, empowering enterprise to achieve dual carbon goals.

Standards we follow

  • Logo of Environmental management — Life cycle assessment — Principles and framework

    Environmental management — Life cycle assessment — Principles and framework

  • Logo of Environmental management - Life cycle assessment - Requirements and guidelines

    Environmental management - Life cycle assessment - Requirements and guidelines

  • Logo of Greenhouse Gases

    Greenhouse Gases

  • Logo of Requirements and Guidelines for Quantifying the Carbon Footprint of Products in Terms of Greenhouse Gas Emissions

    Requirements and Guidelines for Quantifying the Carbon Footprint of Products in Terms of Greenhouse Gas Emissions

  • Logo of General guideline of the greenhouse gas emissions accounting and reporting for industrial enterprises

    General guideline of the greenhouse gas emissions accounting and reporting for industrial enterprises

  • Logo of Requirements of the greenhouse gas emission accounting and reporting—Part 1: Power generation enterprise

    Requirements of the greenhouse gas emission accounting and reporting—Part 1: Power generation enterprise

  • Logo of Requirements of the greenhouse gas emission accounting and reporting —Part 3: Magnesium smelting production enterprise

    Requirements of the greenhouse gas emission accounting and reporting —Part 3: Magnesium smelting production enterprise

  • Logo of Requirements of the greenhouse gas emission accounting and reporting —Part 5: Iron and steel production enterprises

    Requirements of the greenhouse gas emission accounting and reporting —Part 5: Iron and steel production enterprises

  • Logo of Requirements of the greenhouse gas emission accounting and reporting—Part 7: Flat glass enterprise

    Requirements of the greenhouse gas emission accounting and reporting—Part 7: Flat glass enterprise

  • Logo of Requirements of the greenhouse gas emission accounting and reporting—Part 8: Cement enterprise

    Requirements of the greenhouse gas emission accounting and reporting—Part 8: Cement enterprise

  • Logo of Requirements of the greenhouse gas emission accounting and reporting —Part 9: Ceramic production enterprise

    Requirements of the greenhouse gas emission accounting and reporting —Part 9: Ceramic production enterprise

  • Logo of Requirements of the greenhouse gas emissions accounting and reporting —Part 10: Chemical production enterprise

    Requirements of the greenhouse gas emissions accounting and reporting —Part 10: Chemical production enterprise

  • Logo of Requirements of the greenhouse gas emissions accounting and reporting—Part 12:Textile and garment enterprise

    Requirements of the greenhouse gas emissions accounting and reporting—Part 12:Textile and garment enterprise

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