Entries by Will Jenkins

Carbon Credentials partners with GeSI on a Climate Scenario Analysis Framework aligned to the TCFD recommendations

 Carbon Credentials collaborated with GeSI (the Global e-Sustainability Initiative) to develop a Climate Scenario Analysis Framework to help ICT sector companies align with the Taskforce on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) and understand the financial impact of climate change on their bottom-line. The enabling role of the ICT sector Over the next decade, ambitious action is […]

The Psychology behind Green Behaviours

Ella Jenkins is a recent master’s graduate in Organisational Psychology from City, University of London. As part of her degree, Ella ran a survey across a random selection of our clients earlier this year. The survey aimed to understand the influence that four specific social and behavioural factors had on whether individuals recycled their waste […]

Times Higher Education to rank Universities on their contribution to the SDGs

Times Higher Education (THE) has announced that it’s launching a new global ranking that aims to measure institutions’ contributions and success in delivering the UNs’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). We look at how this ranking has been developed and consider some of the implications for the sector.   How has the ranking been developed? The […]

IPCC Report – Risks of exceeding 1.5°C

Billed as the most controversial report yet from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the Special Report on 1.5°C has been published today. We have distilled some of the key findings and spoken to clients and partners to get their view. Carbon Credentials view: Our last chance  Drawing on over 6,000 references, this is […]

Sketching out the Case for Science-Based Targets

Last week we hosted an event, Making the Case for Science-Based Targets and we asked attendees for their top tips on how to make the case for science-based targets: Identify where the demand is coming from: engage with stakeholders to understand and present the position of your shareholders, customers, suppliers and staff. Make it a […]

Things heat up at EAUC 2018

The 2018 Environmental Association for Universities and Colleges (EAUC) annual conference was held last week at Keele University, and the Carbon Credentials team was in attendance for the fifth year in a row! The conference this year was as good as ever and the whole team all agreed how much we enjoyed the inspirational speakers, […]

6 reasons why Universities should be setting science-based targets

[Update] Find out how we help the Higher Education sector We have frequently discussed science-based targets and the work of the Science-Based Targets Initiative in our blogs. It’s inspiring that we now have a coalition of companies with approved Science-Based Targets that represent US$3.4 trillion in market value – roughly equivalent to the companies listed […]