Carbon neutrality

How to reach the goal of climate neutrality and obtain a third-party attestation

The Paris Agreement envisages the need to build a global economy with zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 to achieve so-called ‘climate neutrality’. In fact, greenhouse gas emissions will have to be equal to or lower than the emissions removed through absorption/substitution and requisition.

Organisations that want to stand out as leaders must contribute to this global goal by reducing their greenhouse gas emissions, and those of their value chain, to zero as quickly as possible.

What the organisation needs to do

Climate neutrality is applicable to organisations, public administrations, products, services, processes, buildings and events, through the following process:

Service details

Pending the release of the ISO standard on climate neutrality (ISO 14068) we can refer to the PAS 2060 - Specification for the demonstration of carbon neutrality standard developed by BSI.
RINA can support organisations through:

Why RINA?

RINA has many years of experience in the field of sustainability and is accredited/recognised by the accreditation bodies/bodies that own the main certification schemes in the areas of sustainability.
RINA is a DOE (Designated Operational Entity) accredited by UNFCCC to conduct validation and verification of CDM projects and is recognised by VERRA and the GOLD STANDARD FOUNDATION respectively for the validation and verification of VCS and GS4GG projects. RINA is accredited by Accredia for verification according to Directive 2003/87/EC for the EU ETS.

 

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