As the world continues to grapple with climate change and its impact on the environment, more and more organizations are adopting sustainable procurement practices. These practices, which involve considering the environmental and social impact of products and services, can help reduce an organization’s carbon footprint while supporting sustainable economic growth. In this article, we’ll explore what green procurement is, why it’s important, and how organizations can implement it effectively. So, if you’re looking to go green and promote responsible sourcing, keep reading!
Why You Need to Validate Your Carbon Footprint Calculations
Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) and product carbon footprint reporting are essential tools for organizations looking to measure and reduce their environmental impact. However, the validity and reliability of these reports are critical to their effectiveness. To ensure transparency and accuracy, third-party verification is essential.
News: Collaboration with ReFlow enables digital decarbonization at VIKING Life-Saving Equipment
ReFlow is featured i VIKING’s newest sustainabvility report as key digital decarbonization collaborator. For VIKING sustainability isn’t just buzzword. They have ambitious net zero goals and are transparent about how they plan to reach them. The role ReFlow have had in their digital decarbonization is highlighted in their newest sustainability report.
What does the new EU directive mean for you?
A new EU directive (CSRD) will tighten the reporting requirement on emissions for companies