Why dynamically calculating your company’s carbon footprint is important
Being up to standard is good, gaining overall performance in the long term is visionary
Internationally, standards have been developed since 1998 (ISO 14064, ISO 14069, GHG Protocol, etc.). They provide the methodological framework necessary for the deployment of measures to combat climate change. At the European level, the green taxonomy aims to transform the European economy. Why do we link performance to the notion of footprint? Because times are changing, standards are changing and because linking ecological and digital transition through sustainable transformation is strategic. The underlying question is probably: what kind of performance are we talking about? We are talking about ESG performance. This international acronym is used by the financial community to designate Environmental, Social and Governance criteria. These criteria also relate to employer branding, employee engagement, cost reduction and optimization, but also communication about your corporate responsibility (CSR). By adopting the right mindset upstream and anticipating future regulations, the continuous improvement approach allows you to be part of long cycles.