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Written by Stephen Boles
Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions are one of the sustainability performance indicators that are most requested by stakeholders. A group called The Greenhouse Gas Protocol has been very influential in defining how organizations should manage and report their GHG, including the establishment of three categories of emissions (Scope 1, Scope 2, Scope 3). The separation of GHG emissions into scopes is designed to avoid ‘double-counting’ of emissions, and is also intended to help organizations categorize GHG into those that they control (e.g. Scope 1) versus those that they can influence (e.g. Scope 3).