Avarni is on a mission to enable humanity to make better decisions for the economy and the environment through their data, reporting and offsetting of scope 3 emissions.
Why is this important?
The World is desperate for pro-active companies to lead us through this climate challenge and yet tracking carbon is complicated.
Supply chains are what really matter.
Direct carbon emissions produced by a company are only a small fraction of their total carbon footprint. For most companies, more than 80% of emissions they are responsible for are produced within their supply chain - or scope 3 emissions.
All Direct Emissions from the activities of an organisation or under their control. Including fuel combustion on-site such as gas boilers, fleet vehicles and air-conditioning leaks.
Indirect Emissions from electricity purchased and used by the organisation. Emissions are created during the production of the energy and eventually used by the organisation.
All Other Indirect Emissions from activities of the organisation, occurring from sources that they do not own or control. These are usually the greatest share of the carbon footprint, covering emissions associated with business travel, procurement, waste and water.
However, tracking scope 3 carbon data through the complex web of modern supply chains is a colossal task, typically requiring expensive consultants and massive time commitments. This is where Avarni steps in. Avarni technology automates the process of gathering specific carbon data based on a business's supply chain.
Avarni has arrived at a formula to calculate the amount of unpriced carbon risk which sits within the supply chain of leading companies, and
Please find the draft report on Qantas scope 3 emissions.
Avarni welcome comments on any part of this draft report for Qantas.
Please forward all comments to Avarni
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