ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES FOR COMPANIES
Today, global business activity is responsible for the majority of the world's greenhouse gas emissions. Companies are increasingly called upon to act on their emissions to ensure a sustainable business future in a variety of ways. NatureLab.World offers a full range of services to assist companies in going green, reducing and offsetting their carbon footprint. Our expertise allows us to create proposals and action plans adapted to your organization's objectives, in the short and long term.
STEPS IN THE OFFSET AND REDUCTION PROCESS
Before thinking about offsetting, you must first know your organization's footprint and make a plan to reduce it. In order to get an accurate picture of the impact of your company and its activities on the environment, NatureLab.World offers quantification services based on international protocols. Each quantification also includes a reduction plan allowing you to act on your greenhouse gas emissions even before compensating!
With its unique model combining certified credits and tree planting in Quebec, offset your calculated footprint with a real positive impact. The credits ensure that your CO2 emissions are already offset and removed from the atmosphere, while the planted trees will capture up to one ton of additional carbon throughout their growth.
In order to highlight your organization's involvement in its carbon transition, NatureLab.World also offers communications support for your customers, suppliers and partners. Planting activities can also be organized with the members of the organization in order to increase awareness and extend the involvement of everyone for the environment.
LEVELS OF CLIMATE ACTION
Greenhouse gas emissions are quantified and organized into three distinct groups, called "scopes. Each of these groups identifies different sources of polluting emissions, which may or may not be included in your organization's targets. The majority of offsets are in Scope 1 and Scope 2, but more and more organizations are progressively expanding their action plans to Scope 3.
The first tier represents all emissions from direct, controlled sources within the organization. For example, a gas generator or a fleet of vehicles are sources of emissions related to the first level. If you are a manufacturing company, the emissions resulting directly from your production are also included in the first tier.
The second tier represents all emissions whose source is controlled by an organization other than yours. In this case, the best example is the electricity consumed by the building or equipment. Since you are responsible for these emissions, but the source is an energy supplier, they are calculated in the second tier.
The third and final level is the most complex to quantify and control. It includes all indirect sources of greenhouse gas emissions, which are related to business activities, but otherwise. In this category, we find emissions from the supply chain, the distribution chain, franchises or employee travel.
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