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Sustainability Reporting Software That Makes Compliance Seem Anything but Complex

Save time when it comes to sustainability reporting by aligning reporting formats to frameworks. Ease any worries you have around sustainability legislation.

Discover the power of robust, auditable reports on a platform that can scale with your needs.  

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Are you struggling to keep pace with the constant evolution of global sustainability legislation?

Most organisations are in the same boat when it comes to sustainability reporting.

It can be difficult to understand exactly what needs to be reported and when. Then there’s all the required standards and specifications.

Not to mention the added workload if your organisation operates in different countries.

That’s before you even think about the sea of legislative change that is on the horizon.

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Easily meet today’s sustainability reporting requirements, and stay ahead of future ones too.

Our sustainability reporting software, powered by Ecometrica, allows you to accurately and easily calculate your emissions. You'll be able to meet all your regulatory requirements and protect your business against risk.

Plus, with the power of a sustainability reporting platform you’ll discover how your organisation can benefit from transparent and rigorous calculations that satisfies auditors.

Not all Sustainability Reporting Software is created equal

Our sustainability reporting solution was built by experts including IPCC report authors and lead developers on the GHG Protocol.  

With sustainability specialists who are fluent in the acronyms, legislation, and science, you can reap the benefits of a sustainability reporting platform that is ready to meet any emerging reporting and audit requirements. 

 

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  • The guidance and expertise of our Sustainability Analysts, ensures your data is robust and accurate, and that it is ready to be audited and meet reporting and disclosure criteria
  • Our sustainability experts closely monitor changes to regulation, enabling you to stay on top of the latest frameworks and disclosure requirements 
  • Gold partner of the CDP since 2013
  • Integrated detailed mapping features to ensure climate risk is part of the output 



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Frequently asked questions

What does CDP mean?

CDP was founded as the ‘Carbon Disclosure Project’ in 2000, and in 2013 they became known as CDP. They run the largest global disclosure system, covering thousands of companies, cities, states and regions. 

For decades businesses have voluntarily disclosed their global greenhouse gas emissions to CDP. 

With CDP Reporting Software, your CDP data is ready to be extracted in the current year’s format. You can rest assured that all data quality and validation checks have been carried out on the platform. This saves you time and effort while cutting out spreadsheets and offline calculations, ensuring environmental data transparency and accuracy. 

What does PPN 06/21 refer to?

Public Procurement Notice (PPN) was released by the UK government in June 2021. This ushered in a significant shift in the UK’s approach to public contracts, aiming to align economic activities with environmental sustainability.   

In summary, every entity bidding on UK public contracts valued at £5 million or more, had to take concrete steps towards mitigating their carbon footprint and developing a sustainable future.  

This marked a turning point in the UK’s stance on environmental responsibility, as it established that all prospective bidders were required to measure their current carbon footprint and to set forth a comprehensive Net Zero target for the year 2050.  

What are the SECR regulations?

Listed companies in the UK or companies with more than 250 employees (but less than 500) need to report under SECR (Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting). 

These regulations replaced the Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) scheme in April 2019. This brought almost 8,000 more businesses into the UK’s mandatory carbon reporting. 

For many organisations, SECR reporting will be the first time that they have to collect and report on energy and carbon.  

This includes calculated energy and GHG emissions, e.g. intensity metrics for this year and previous years, and listing the methodology used. You will also have to explain what energy efficiency action you have taken.

The reporting requirement of energy and carbon for all large organisations in the UK (except for some exemptions) is in line with the Taskforce on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) recommendations (see question below for more information). 

What are the TCFD and US SEC Frameworks?

In April 2022, Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) reporting became mandatory for UK companies with over 500 employees. 

In addition, the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (U.S. SEC) set a rule on mandatory climate risk disclosures. This was that reporting practices must be consistent and comparable to meet investor demand for decision-useful information. This is in-line with TCFD recommendations for premium listed companies.

Having TCFD software allows you to combine location specific data to analyse climate related risks. Combined with powerful GHG emissions reporting software (including scope 1, scope 2, and scope 3) allows you to easily comply with mandatory TCFD regulations. 

What is the definition of Base Year?

In GHG reporting and accounting, a year is selected as a basis against which all future emissions are compared. 
NAVIGATE COMPLIANCE WITH EASE

See how many hours you’ll win back on your working day with Sustainability Reporting Software

When you reduce time spent on collecting and calculating data, you’ll have more time to focus on what really matters, moving your ESG strategy forward. Chat with one of our in-house sustainability experts today to discover how your organisation can make reporting effortless. 

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