One of the most important trends in climate change is not something you have already heard in various campaigns, but something as simple as basic data – and the technological exploitation of the same.
Companies are revealing more data on their own emissions since the signing of the Paris Climate Agreement in 2015, and the latest trend is encouraging competing companies to use green energy more and more. At the global level, everyone has the highest hopes for the newly elected president Joe Biden.
Biden’s aggressive and comprehensive climate plan includes the goal of requiring “public companies to detect climate risks and emissions in their businesses and supply chains.”
Expansive has received a number of calls from various energy companies inquiring about its fuel, following a decision by the French government in 2020 to block a $ 7 billion deal on US natural gas imports, due to concerns about the fuel’s role in causing climate change. services.
Based on how clean they are, the company uses data and technology to enable companies to buy and sell products, including natural gas.
“Responsible natural gas producers are trying to find a way to pay for the good things they do,” said John Melby, president of Expansive.
To reduce emissions, whether through government policy or private sector efforts, the most important basis is the use of data.
“You can’t manage what you can’t measure, so logical drinking is set up – if you don’t know how much your emissions are, how can you measure them?” Asks Stephen Rotstein, an expert at Ceres, a non-profit organization that encourages more sustainable investment.
In 2015, China, Europe, America and other countries committed themselves in the Paris Climate Agreement to reduce harmful gas emissions by 2050. That is the strongest message that nations are taking this problem more seriously.
“The time has come for companies to compete over how they can be greener,” said Brian Stafford, CEO of Diligent, a management software company, including in the field of environmental protection.
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