The PAS 2060 standard was initially launched by the British Standards Institution in 2010 with the objective of increasing transparency of carbon neutrality by providing a common definition and recognised method for achieving carbon neutral status.
As a result of the Virtual Climate summit on December 12th 2020, the UK are now committed to reducing emissions by 68% by 2030. All businesses will be held more accountable for their carbon footprint going forward and we all need to do our part to help slow the growing climate crisis.
The standard specifies the requirements to be met by any organisation seeking to demonstrate carbon neutrality through the quantification, reduction and offsetting of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
The standard sets measurement and reduction targets for your organisation. Through the examination of documents and plans, it then allows for your specific carbon neutrality statement to be fully verified.
Carbon Verification – We can quantify quantify your current Carbon Footprint
Carbon Management Footprint Plan – Based on the Carbon Verification, we can develop a Carbon Management Footprint Plan that includes a declaration of commitment to Carbon Neutrality.
Re-Quantification – We can re-quantify your Carbon Footprint following the implementation of the Carbon Management plan to target any remaining emissions.
Carbon Off-Setting – We can provide guidance to choose and engage with a credible offsetting organisation for any residual emissions that cannot be eliminated with the Carbon Management Plan
Declaration – We can assist you with creation of a self declaration or assist with a third-party declaration assessment.
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