Entries by Emma Watson

Pukka Herbs becomes UK’s smallest firm to secure 1.5C Science-Based Target

Carbon Credentials is thrilled to share that our client Pukka Herbs has become the first UK company of its size, and only the 13th in the UK, to have its emission targets validated by the Science-Based Targets initiative (SBTi). A greenhouse gas emissions target can be considered ‘science-based’ if the emissions reductions it requires are […]

The Diary: Three Peaks Challenge

On Friday the 28th of September, twelve members of the Carbon Credentials team set out to undertake the Three Peaks Challenge. This challenge involves climbing the three highest peaks in Scotland, England and Wales, covering a total walking distance of 23 miles (37 km) and ascent of 3,064 metres (10,052 ft) in a target time […]

Confused about Science-Based Targets? Download our new infographic

There is a lot of information about science-based targets in the media at the moment. It might have left you feeling confused about what is actually means for your company and where you should start when it comes to setting one. To remedy this, we have developed an easy to follow infographic to make sure setting your first […]

Science-based targets or net zero?

Global mean temperatures are projected to increase 3.7 to 4.8°C, which would lead to catastrophic and irreversible effects on humanity and Earth’s ecosystems. In order to prevent the worst effects of climate change, scientists have identified the need to limit warming to 2°C. In December 2015, the first global agreement of its kind was made […]

CRC electricity emissions factor forecast to fall by 15%

Each year CRC participants have the opportunity to participate in a forecast sale where companies can take advantage of cheaper allowance prices. The problem with this is two-fold; it is difficult to know not only how much energy your organisation will consume in the upcoming year, but also what the emission factors will be for […]

Tackling Scope 3 for Science Based Targets

[Updated] Organisation completing science-based targets (SBTs) often experience challenges throughout the target setting process. Carbon Credentials has helped numerous clients satisfy the requirements set by the Science-Based Target initiative (SBTi) as many find the Scope 3 emissions assessment can often be the most troublesome requirement. So what are Scope 3 emissions? The Greenhouse Gas Protocol […]

3Ci & Ashden LESS CO2 Programme: Using our skills to make an impact

Created in 2013, the Carbon Credentials Charity Initiative (3Ci) is our workplace volunteering and charity fundraising scheme, set up and run by Carbon Credentials employees. As a professional services firm in the sustainability sector, we at Carbon Credentials are keen to have an impact across the three pillars of sustainability: environmental, economic, and social. Our vision […]