Help CPG Companies and Retailers meet their Sustainability goals

By purchasing high-quality carbon credits, CPG companies and retailers can effectively offset their remaining emissions while contributing to global efforts to combat climate change. However, it’s essential that carbon offsetting is seen as a complement to, rather than a substitute for, internal emission reduction efforts

Defensible, Verified Carbon Assets:

  • To ensure the integrity and effectiveness of carbon offsetting efforts, it’s crucial to acquire carbon credits from credible and verified sources. These credits should adhere to recognized standards such as the Verified Carbon Standard (VCS), Gold Standard, or Climate Action Reserve.
  • “Defensible” assets refer to carbon credits that can withstand scrutiny and verification, providing assurance that the emissions reductions associated with them are genuine and accurately measured.
  • By acquiring verified carbon assets, CPG companies and retailers can confidently demonstrate their commitment to sustainability and climate action, bolstering their reputation. 

Reach Your Sustainability Goals with Quality Scope 3 Assets:

  • Scope 3 emissions typically represent indirect emissions generated throughout a company’s value chain, including activities such as purchased goods and services, transportation, and waste disposal.
  • Acquiring high-quality Scope 3 carbon assets allows companies to offset these indirect emissions, effectively extending their sustainability efforts beyond their own operational boundaries.
  • By addressing Scope 3 emissions, CPG companies and retailers can take a comprehensive approach to carbon management, aligning their sustainability goals with broader supply chain sustainability initiatives.

Reductions Within Your Supply Chain:

  • Collaborating with producers and suppliers within the supply chain presents opportunities for emissions reductions upstream.
  • By engaging with suppliers to implement sustainable practices, optimize processes, and reduce emissions, companies can not only mitigate their own carbon footprint but also contribute to broader sustainability objectives across the supply chain.
  • These reductions within the supply chain can be quantified and translated into carbon credits, providing a tangible means for companies to demonstrate their impact on emissions reduction efforts.