GHG Emissions Management System and Co2e Passport
- Create sustainability data from financial information using AI sustainability computational tool.
- Measure the environmental and social impact of upstream and downstream supply chain activities.
- Measure facility-specific GHG emissions.
- Measure environmental and social impact at product design stage via product environmental simulations.
- Measure sustainable Net Present Value (NPV) of capital investments before/after anticipated carbon tax legislations.
- Measure water withdrawals, consumption, and stress.
- Measure product carbon footprint and water intensity.
- Create comparative data and predictive analytics.
- Identify and manage environmental and social risks in the supply chain.
- Set carbon emission mitigation targets and track the progress.
- Create and manage sustainability ranking for your factories, branches, and offices, etc.
- Manage future sustainability strategies/targets via predictive analytics using AI sustainability management tool.
- Perform informed decisions based on AI-enabled internal carbon pricing tool.
- Monitor and manage Sustainability analytics and matrixes.
- Create custom sustainability reports and map them with SDG, GRI, and SASB guidelines.
- Track your progress towards the NetZero target.
Seek seed funding to capitalize the above working model.
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SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOAL 1
End poverty in all its forms everywhere
Eradicate extreme poverty
Goal: By 2030 eradicate extreme poverty for all people everywhere, currently measured as people living on less than $1.90 a day.
Definition: Indicator 1.1.1 is the
proportion of population below the international poverty line, by sex, age, employment status and geographical location (urban/rural).
The “international poverty line” is defined as $1.90 per day (updated from the previous poverty line of $1.25 to $1.90 in 2015).
This poverty line is measured in “international dollars” which are a hypothetical currency that adjusts for price differences between countries (purchasing power parity) and it is measured in prices of 2011 to adjust for price changes over time (inflation).