This report outlines how companies considered sustainability leaders, at the forefront of net- zero ambition, are defining and managing their Scope 3 emissions, and using credits, sinks, offsets, and insets to compensate emissions or complement their climate strategies through additional contributions. Our analysis is based on a database of the net-zero targets of the Forbes 2,000 largest companies, annual reports, and other public documents, and a set of 10 interviews with managers involved in different aspects of net-zero targets and strategy implementation in the food and tech/media sectors.
Net zero business or business for net zero? A report on corporate climate leadership practices on scope and offsetting
Carbon offsetting The meaning of net zero
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Oxford Net Zero is looking for a highly organised and motivated Impact and Operations Officer to join its team. You will be working alongside the Programme Manager, Cath Ibbotson, and the Head of Policy and Partnerships, Kaya Axelsson to ... Read more
A new report published by Oxford Net Zero presents a comprehensive ‘stocktake’ of developments in net-zero regulation across the G20 in 2023. It focuses primarily on four regulatory domains: claims and financial products standards, disclosure, ... Read more
The scaling up of clean electricity, and using it to decarbonise other parts of the economy, is central to all decarbonisation pathways. In their latest report, “Rolling out renewables in the Global South”, Oxford Net Zero’s Sam Fankhauser ... Read more
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