Carbon Quantified X Edition: Sustainability Reporting

Hey there, Climate Enthusiasts! Greetings and welcome to the tenth edition of Carbon Quantified! We are excited to share our research on sustainability reporting.

Overview of the Tenth Edition: In our tenth edition newsletter, we proudly uphold our commitment to exploring key topics that drive sustainability worldwide and enhance accountability in India. This edition focuses on two significant subjects that exemplify the synergy of global organizations in advancing sustainability efforts. We delve into the collaborative initiatives and transformative potential they hold. Firstly, we shed light on “Advancing Sustainability Worldwide: The Synergy of Global Organizations.” Discover how international partnerships, collective actions, and cross-border collaborations are shaping a sustainable future on a global scale. Secondly, we examine “Transparency and Accountability: BRSR’s Efforts to Enhance Sustainability Disclosures in India.” Explore the crucial role of the Business Responsibility and Sustainability Reporting (BRSR) framework in promoting transparency and accountability among Indian businesses, leading to more robust sustainability disclosures. Understanding the dynamics of global collaborations and the impact of BRSR on sustainability disclosures is vital for businesses, policymakers, and sustainability advocates. These topics pave the way for transformative change and foster a more responsible and sustainable world. In the following sections, we will delve deeper into these crucial topics, providing valuable insights, analysis, and perspectives that empower stakeholders to make informed decisions and drive positive environmental impact.

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Calculus IQ: Understanding India’s Emission Patterns through BRSR

In this article, we conduct an in-depth analysis of the BRSR data for FY22, shedding light on India’s emission patterns. By examining the emissions data submitted through BRSR, we aim to provide valuable insights into India’s environmental impact and identify key areas for sustainable improvements. Understanding the emission patterns of these high-impact sectors is crucial for developing targeted strategies and fostering responsible practices to mitigate the nation’s overall carbon emissions and drive toward a more sustainable future. Read more

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Advancing Sustainability Worldwide: The Synergy of Global Organizations

In a landmark moment for global sustainability efforts, the International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) recently issued its first two standards on June 26, 2023. Building upon existing frameworks like TCFD and SASB, the ISSB standards leverage the widespread adoption of these frameworks, with thousands of global companies incorporating SASB Standards and numerous organizations supporting TCFD. This article will explore how various global sustainability organizations collaborate and complement each other in advancing sustainable practices worldwide.

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From BRR to BRSR: India’s Journey Towards Comprehensive ESG Reporting

In this article, we delve into the Business Responsibility and Sustainability Report (BRSR), a framework for environmental, social, and governance (ESG) reporting in India. BRSR represents a significant evolution from its voluntary guidelines issued in 2009 by India’s Ministry of Corporate Affairs. The framework is designed to enhance sustainability disclosures and promote transparency and accountability among Indian companies.

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Andes Releases World’s First Microbial Carbon Mineralization Methodology

The company has developed this new ISO 14064 methodology together with EcoEngineers, a carbon consulting, auditing, and advisory firm specializing particularly in developing monitoring, reporting, and verification (MRV) approaches for carbon removal.

France votes through law to open up space for biodiversity and carbon credit stacking

The French parliament has voted through a green industrial law that is expected to open up ecosystem restoration projects in the country to biodiversity and carbon credit stacking.

G20 fails to agree on cutting down fossil fuels

The G20 countries, in their latest meeting held in India’s tourist state Goa, failed to reach a consensus on cutting down fossil fuels amid globally record-shattering heatwaves and rising climate concerns.

Amid protests, LS approves contentious biodiversity bill

The Lok Sabha has passed the Biological Diversity (Amendment) Bill, 2021, which aims to amend the Biological Diversity Act of 2002. 

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