Mobility CO2 Reporting:
Transparency on your company’s mobility-related CO2 emissions.

Track your CO2 status, set goals and monitor performance.


CSRD and Sustainability Reporting Directive:

Starting in 2024, large EU companies must publicly disclose operational, social, and environmental practices. The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) applies to companies with 250+ employees and €40M+ turnover.

It combats greenwashing, sets global sustainability reporting standards, aligns with the European Green Deal, and ensures transparency in financial and sustainability reporting. Smaller companies may benefit from understanding this non-compulsory regulation.

The Importance of Mobility Emissions Reporting

Mobility emissions play a pivotal role in sustainability reporting. They are reported in Scope 1 and Scope 3. Scope 1 includes emissions directly under a company’s control (e.g., company cars), whereas Scope 3 covers indirect emissions (e.g., employee commuting).

Mobility CO2 reporting is more than a regulatory requirement; it is an opportunity for your business to lead by example. By embracing transparent reporting and actively working toward reducing emissions, you can positively influence the environment and inspire others to follow suit.

Leading by Example

1. Data Collection

Gather comprehensive data on the company's mobility-related activities, encompassing fuel consumption of company cars, air travel, and commuting of employees. This will establish a solid foundation for CO2 reporting.

2. Data Preparation & Calculation

Process and organize the collected data, ensuring accuracy and relevance. Use standardized calculation methods to determine the carbon footprint of the company's mobility operations in Scope 1 and Scope 3.

3. Status Reporting

Compile and present a detailed report on the current status of the company's mobility-related CO2 emissions. This snapshot serves as a baseline for future assessments and provides transparency on the existing environmental impact.

4. Target Setting

Establish clear and achievable targets for reducing CO2 emissions from mobility. These targets should align with the company's sustainability goals and regulatory requirements.

5. Action definition

Identify specific actions to achieve the set emission reduction targets. This step involves outlining changes to transportation methods, promoting alternative fuels, and implementing other sustainable practices within the mobility framework.

6. Success Measurement

Develop a robust kpi framework for measuring the success of implemented actions. Regularly assess and analyze the impact of initiatives on CO2 emissions, adjusting strategies as needed.

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