We currently cover 5 key sectors, for products that we see as most prevalent within supply chains of buyers situated within the public sector, and retail business.

5 key sectors; 14 sub-sectors

Paper and Pulp: Paper, Board, Mixed

Consumables: Food and Beverages, Books

Electronics: ICT, Refrigeration, Batteries

Construction: Steel, Cement, Plasterboard, Aluminium, Bricks

Chemicals: Cleaning Agents: Solvents & Surfactants

The UK government has committed to national reduction targets to meet the Paris Agreement to become net-zero emitters by 2050, and this requires all businesses across all industries to take action. We will help your business become carbon neutral or better by 2050.

Lenders, insurers and investors are increasingly concerned by the lack of financial disclosures or analysis of risks inherent to businesses upon the inevitable shift from high carbon assets and practices to a lower carbon economy. How do you overcome this as a business and provide assurance to these groups?

In line with TCFD’s framework for Financial Disclosure of Climate-related Risks in annual reports, Track Carbon has focused on helping businesses understand how financial materiality of climate risks can be incorporated into financial statements. Primarily we build on the recommendations of the IFRS Foundation, IASB and CDSB to offer a route to understanding and implementing climate-related matters into accounting.

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