Carving out Scope 3 Emissions from IT Operations and Data Centers

October 25, 2022 Steven Carlini

When governing agencies initially created the three emission scopes as part of the greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) protocol for reporting guidance, I bet the initial Scope 3 was somewhat narrow and clear. I am speculating but it seems like more and more important reporting categories...

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