Footprint ESG Reporting
The Imperative of Carbon Accounting
A Deep Dive into Scope 1, 2, and 3
Carbon accounting, a method to quantify and report GHG emissions, is pivotal for modern organizations. It enables a comprehensive view of environmental impact, informs reduction strategies, aids in setting climate goals, and ensures regulatory compliance. Through the distinct lenses of Scopes 1, 2, and 3, organizations can holistically assess direct and indirect emissions, fostering sustainability, informed decision-making, and future growth.
Footprint Enterprise : The Future of ESG Compliance
Footprint’s Enterprise version elevates ESG reporting by blending AI and blockchain for unmatched transparency and real-time accuracy. Tailored for diverse business structures, it ensures global compliance, streamlining sustainability efforts for modern enterprises
Industry specific content and supply chain reporting
One standout feature of Footprint is its ability to offer industry-specific content, allowing for a tailored arrangement of materiality topics.
Additionally, Footprint incorporates a powerful supply chain management reporting tool, enabling companies to track and report their suppliers’ ESG performance and gain a comprehensive view of their supply chain sustainability practices.
India is committed to cutting emissions by 45% from 2005 levels by 2030, aligning with the Paris Climate Agreement. Leading corporations like Vedanta, Aditya Birla Group, and Reliance Industries, targeting net-zero emissions by 2035, are championing this initiative. With new regulations in place, India’s top 1000 companies must disclose ESG results, and plans are underway for supply chain ESG reporting. Additionally, SEBI is considering a tailored ESG rating framework for India’s distinct market needs.