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Understanding the Life Cycle Assessment Approach
Sustainability

Understanding the Life Cycle Assessment Approach

A robust methodology that has emerged for assessing an organisation's impacts on sustainability through ESG reporting is the Life Cycle Assessment approach (LCA). Companies can leverage LCA to improve the accuracy of their ESG reporting and strategic planning, as this comprehensive methodology looks at the impacts associated with a product, process, or service throughout its entire life cycle.

The Importance of High-Quality Data in ESG Reporting: Embracing LCA and Activity-Based Methodologies
Sustainability

The Importance of High-Quality Data in ESG Reporting: Embracing LCA and Activity-Based Methodologies

Robust data collection and analysis methodologies are essential for gathering quality data and measurements for accurate ESG reporting. Traditionally, a spend-based method has been used which is unable to provide the accuracy and detail that is required for the new and upcoming ESG regulations. neoeco’s state-of-the art software uses a Life Cycle Assessment and activity-based methodology to deliver the gold standard in data quality.

How To Make Carbon Accounting Effortless
Sustainability

How To Make Carbon Accounting Effortless

As sustainability becomes increasingly important for businesses, governments, and stakeholders, carbon accounting has emerged as an essential process for tracking and managing emissions. However, the process of carbon accounting can often feel overwhelming, time-consuming, and resource-intensive.

Understanding the Differences Between Scope 1, 2, and 3 Emissions
Sustainability

Understanding the Differences Between Scope 1, 2, and 3 Emissions

Understanding emissions is crucial when it comes to disclosing climate impacts and adhering to regulatory requirements. However, understanding the differences can be challenging. Emissions are categorised into three distinct scopes, each with its own significance and implications. In this article, we’ll provide a comprehensive guide to Scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions and their different sources and impacts.

What is ESG reporting?
Sustainability

What is ESG reporting?

ESG reporting is a framework for evaluating and disclosing a company's performance on various environmental, social, and governance factors. These factors are crucial for assessing a company's performance, as they help indicate long-term sustainability and provide insights into how a company is managing its impact.

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