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How the SEC climate disclosure rules impact greenhouse gas emission reporting

The SEC has recently updated their Climate-Related Disclosure Rules and business may not know if they need to measure their greenhouse gas emissions. Credible greenhouse gas emissions accounting provide a solid, measurable foundation to assess a business’ ability to be successful and sustainable as they transition to a low-carbon future.

The importance of being earnest accurate

When it comes to carbon accounting, being accurate is critical. So, what are the risks of inaccurate data, and how do you avoid it? We break down the different methods of carbon accounting and why you might use one over the other.

How SB 253 impacts small and medium-sized businesses

SB253 specifically mandates that companies report on their carbon emissions from every aspect of their business, including their indirect (Scope 3) emissions. That means that they need emissions data from all of their vendors and suppliers: i.e. the small and medium enterprises (SMEs) who service them.

What are Scope 3 emissions and why do they matter to my business?

Scope 3 greenhouse gas emissions often have the biggest impact on your overall climate impact – but are also the hardest to quantify and reduce. As more companies strive to hit net-zero targets, meet changing regulations and keep up with increasingly sustainably-focused customers, measuring Scope 3 emissions is now a priority – and a challenge.

Carbonhound Achieves SOC 2 Type 1 Compliance

We are excited to announce that Carbonhound has successfully achieved SOC 2 Type 1 compliance!  This marks an important milestone in our commitment to ensuring the