Carbon scorecards were initially implemented to help engage business partners in climate action, prioritizing activities and sizes of organizations with the highest risks and impacts. However, with the growing regulatory pressure and the companies need to engage all their partners in climate action, we have expanded the methodology to allow companies of almost all industries and sizes to receive carbon scorecards. As of June 27, 2023, the only exception is XS companies – with up to 25 employees.
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- I am filling out the questionnaire, what resources can I use to help me?
- Why don’t some organizations receive a carbon scorecard?
- Certain questions do not apply to my business activities. Will I get a bad score if I can not provide an answer to such questions?
- How will my company benefit from the carbon scorecard?
- What is the carbon assessment methodology? Scoring principles?
- Would the carbon questions affect my sustainability score?
- We do not have a carbon management system in place. How do we respond to the carbon questions without receiving a bad score?
- What is the carbon scorecard?
- What is the carbon action module, and how will it impact me as a rated company?
- Do I need to prepare in any way before I start completing the questionnaire?