This episode is the first of our 7-part mini-series explaining our Carbonology service, a 7 step methodology to help companies become Carbon Neutral.
We’re joined by our resident Carbonologist David Algar to talk through the first step of the Carbonology process, Define.
David explains why the define stage is so important, what it entails, and how it works.
[02:38] What the seven steps of Carbonology are.
[03:08] The first step to becoming carbon neutral.
[03:52] How the define stage in Carbonology works.
[04:42] What Carbonology boundaries in an organisation may look like.
[06:20] The importance of identifying the people involved with Carbonology work.
[07:00] The type of people that are normally involved with managing the Carbonology standards in a business.
[08:25] How organisations can determine the selection of the subject.
[09:49] Why it’s important to clearly define the subject and your boundaries.
[10:33] The recommended approach to define the subject and boundaries.
[12:17] The outcomes and deliverables that are provided through the define stage.
[13:35] Who the Qualifying Explanatory Statement has to be shared with.
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