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Why should an Accounting Professional understand GHG Inventory Quantification and Verification?
» Accountants who traditionally provide financial performance data are now looked upon as sources of non-financial performance data.
» GHG quantification data demands from groups such as Marketing, Legal, Logistics, Facilities, etc. have to be met.
» Accountants are required to understand the financial impacts of the organizations’ GHG performance/Carbon Footprint.
» Accountants—key members of Sustainability Teams—have to develop Profit and Loss statements for Carbon production and consumption.
» They are also called upon to audit and validate GHG inventories.
» Carbon impact analysis and communication of the financial costs/benefits determines the selection and implementation of appropriate sustainability initiatives.
Why should an Engineering Professional understand GHG Inventory Quantification and Verification?
» Engineering professionals are developing and implementing technology as well as managing and optimizing operations. It is expected that they define and implement these initiatives in a sustainable manner.
» As a member of any operational team, engineers are key to the successful implementation of the organizations’ sustainability strategies.
» Engineers need to understand the process of GHG quantification and its relevance to the organization.
» You will be asked to understand regulatory or reputational risks associated with the Carbon impact of the operational activities.
Why should a Finance Professional understand GHG Inventory Quantification and Verification?
» Finance professionals need to be able to identify and understand those firms that are breaking new ground in social and environmental performance.
» Assets in socially screened portfolios climbed to $3.07 trillion at the start of 2010 — a 34% increase since 2005.
» You need to understand investment funds from a climate-risk perspective.
» Finance professionals need to apply the context of carbon quantification to understand SRIs from a fund manager’s perspective. SRIs mean more than ‘screening out’ undesirable companies and ‘screening in’ those that are judged to be sustainable.
» You must understand and effectively communicate an organization’s Carbon Footprint impact on future financial performance.
Why should a Legal Professional understand GHG Inventory Quantification and Verification?
» Legal professionals have a need to be able to make both quantitative and qualitative judgments and statements. Then, they must communicate the information in the language of climate-risk.
» Contractual agreements for green services, products and technologies require an understanding from both a cost and legal perspective.
» Legal professionals are asked to understand regulatory or reputational risks associated with the Carbon impact of their clients’ activities.
» You need to embed the knowledge of local and international Climate Change related policies and laws.
Why should a Marketing Professional understand GHG Inventory Quantification and Verification?
» Every forward thinking policy has branding value and should be effectively communicated.
» Climate Change is the ‘must-have’ for today’s marketing campaigns.
» Marketing professionals need to understand how to avoid ‘the sins’ of Greenwashing.
» You must understand and communicate your organization’s Carbon Footprint.
» Marketing departments will need to understand and respond to the competitors’ green position.
» Paper or PDF?? – Implement green strategies in your marketing campaigns.
Why should a Supply-Chain Professional understand GHG Inventory Quantification and Verification?
» Supply chains have an impact on an organization’s Carbon Footprint and supply chain managers are required to understand and manage this impact.
» Sustainable supply chains frequently mean profitable supply chains.
» Successful supply chain managers must increasingly think beyond short-term financial considerations. You have to build relationships that can deliver long-term value along the entire supply chain.
» You must understand and effectively communicate an organization’s Carbon Footprint over the whole value chain.
» Supply chain professionals are required to incorporate sustainability issues into the company’s sourcing and purchasing practice.
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