More and more businesses are choosing to work with partners who care about the environment, customers are choosing to buy from sustainable businesses and government bodies are hammering down on the legalities around businesses reporting on what climate action is being taken and being held accountable for it.
Carbon accounting is becoming more of an industry-standard requirement than a nice-to-have for businesses. They need to know how much carbon they are emitting, so that clear, actionable reduction targets can be set. This means that accounting businesses need to be taking this into account when working out how different businesses are performing.
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You can use these results to understand where you can avoid creating extra carbon in your business. For example, choosing a sustainable energy provider.
1. Choose to work with more businesses who care about their carbon footprint
2. Encourage other businesses you work with to take more action to lower their footprint.
3. Use platforms like SKOOT to help businesses understand where they can lower costs and do better for the environment and improve overall accountancy.
4. Follow the steps in the above section to help businesses identify, offset and avoid carbon linked with their activities, and also within the supply chain.