Moving Organizations to Carbon Neutrality: The Role of Carbon Offsets

Progressive organizations are seeking powerful solutions to their most pressing environmental impacts, and carbon offsets can be an affordable and credible means to achieving carbon neutrality. Increasingly, corporations are using carbon offsets as a key component to their environmental impact reduction strategy.

Offsets are rigorously verified to ensure that they are sourced and retired effectively, and chain of custody can be guaranteed, providing companies with the transparency and validity necessary to support their environmental impact reduction claims. The most widely-respected environmental NGOs on climate change all support carbon offsets as a viable way to address operational emissions.

This whitepaper covers a comprehensive understanding of carbon offsets and how to choose these to meet organizational goals. It explores the corporate journey to Net Zero and highlights case studies from Microsoft and Maple Leaf Foods.

Enabling Diversity and Inclusion in Clean Energy Adoption

Like many other industrial sectors, the U.S. solar and wind industries have a mixed record of promoting gender and racial diversity across their workforces. While deliberate efforts to evolve and progress have been undertaken in recent years, much work remains to be done to make these industries more inclusive. 

Across the U.S. clean tech sector, there is likewise a strong need to find ways of ensuring equal access to cleaner, more distributed forms of energy to low-income communities and communities of color.

Energy Transition Outlook 2020

Wood Mackenzie’s new Energy Transition Outlook shows the world is heading for 3° C of warming. Changing that course will take policy commitment, accelerated innovation, and massive investment. Download the executive summary of Wood Mackenzie's 2020 Energy Transition Outlook for a peek into how energy markets will play out over the next two decades.