Quantify your carbon baseline.
Carbon management begins with confidence in your current measurement and calculations. Frequent scope 1, 2, and 3 accounting and reporting provide the infrastructure to identify and benchmark your emissions and future reduction goals.
Equip your team with accessible data.
Centralize your data and incorporate previously siloed teams to better manage sustainability goals.
Optimize emissions management.
Choose the most efficient measurement procedures and identify high-impact emission abatement opportunities with a carbon baseline you can trust.
Reconcile measurements with equipment inventories.
A complete carbon management plan produces a realistic assessment of supply chain carbon that reconciles facility-level calculations with emissions measurements.
Mitigate ESG risks and plan for expansion.
Navigate a path to market with scenario modeling and carbon forecasting to manage regulations and optimize voluntary initiatives.
A carbon reduction strategy for your portfolio.
Make better decisions about acquisitions, divestments, and capital allocations using trusted carbon data.
Equip your team with a powerful data platform.
Carbon Hub serves up continuously updated and validated data streams that streamline your reporting obligations. Our advanced analytics turn your data into actionable insights, empowering your team to confidently make short-term decisions and craft long-term strategies. Take the first step and create a single source of truth for your team.
Frequently asked questions
How do you validate emissions data?
Validere helps you get a baseline understanding of your bottom-up calculations using your preferred quantification methodology and compares your baseline profile against your measured emissions to validate the accuracy of your calculated emissions.
What does net zero mean?
Generally, net zero is a target that is set for the complete negation of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere produced by human activity, achieved through emission reduction and carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) or CCS (carbon, capture, and storage) efforts. For most entities at the national level, reaching net zero is in accordance with parameters set by the Paris Climate Accords around the complete reduction of emissions. At Validere, we view net zero as being achieved through a combination of reduction and offsets, especially for carbon intensive industries.