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Green Places' Carbon Assessment Methodology

Our comprehensive methodology examines a company’s scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions, ensuring both direct and indirect CO2 emissions are reported.

What’s The Difference Between Scope 1, Scope 2 and Scope 3 Emissions?

Emissions are broken out into three types called scope 1, scope 2, and scope 3. Each type focuses on certain categories and actions that add to a company’s carbon footprint.

The Difference Between Carbon Neutral and Net Zero Emissions

As a business seeking ways to reduce your overall carbon footprint, there are a few paths you can take to be more sustainable.

Empowering Businesses in NC to Do Good and Drive Change

We are proud to be participating in the new BBB Catalyst program.

Corporate Sustainability Goes Beyond the Office Walls

Companies that are committed to reducing their carbon footprint should implement sustainable practices across all areas of their businesses.

Understanding How Our Natural Environment Sequesters Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide

The planet has its own natural resources in place to help regulate the carbon in our atmosphere called carbon sinks. Carbon sinks are responsible for keeping the carbon cycle in balance and work to lower the concentration of atmospheric carbon dioxide.

COP26: Biggest Takeaways from Glasgow

Certain goals were not met, but there were a number of agreements made during COP26 that helped define progress and determine how it will be measured. Here’s our summary of the most important happenings.

Demystifying 8 False Claims About Electrification

Green Places sustainability expert, Anne Kramer, addresses the common misconceptions about electrification.

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