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The Highgate EIS Tech Fund announces an investment in Ecometrica, a leading provider of Greenhouse Gas Accounting and Ecosystem Mapping ...
The uncertainty assessment in Ecometrica Sustainability gives an indication of the relative uncertainty associated with data, emission factors, and conversions, and helps reporting companies to improve the type and quality of data collected.
Operations Director Gary Davis will be speaking at the 4th International Conference on Carbon Accounting in Edinburgh, Scotland on November 25th 2011...
This paper sets out how an element of organisational biodiversity impact can be assessed and ranked using a tool called the Normative Biodiversity Metric (NBM).
This paper presents a methodology and results for electricity-specific emission factors based on alternative data available from the IEA.
The rebound effect occurs when some pro-environmental activity results in some environmental harm which partly or wholly cancels out the initial environmental benefit, and this paper explores how to minimise it.
The California Air Resources Board (CARB), who works closely with the Western Climate Initiative (WCI), announced on June 29th that it would ...
This report, authored by Ecometrica and commissioned by the Department for Transport (DfT), considers the potential to reduce the risk of ILUC by actions taken at a regional level, for example by a region with a country, a national government or an international body such as the European Union.
The UK government and devolved administrations have established action on climate change as a key priority. Greater progress can be made if GHG emissions are accepted as a fiduciary responsibility of companies and other organisations. Ecometrica supports a broad mandate in order to promote the idea of fiduciary responsibility on GHG emissions as widely as possible, and discusses this within the summary response below. A full consultation response is to be released shortly.