Green is the
new black.

ESG and Sustainability Reporting

Environmental, Social and Governance. These words speak for themself. With investors showing more interest in the space to get a holistic understanding of potential risks and standings, this is definitely a priority among many companies.
We work on Sustainability reports transforming businesses for a sustainable future.
Materiality assessment
Stakeholder Engagement
Intergration with United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs)

FAQs

Whether you are already building sustainability focused products or an organisation ready to embark on the journey of becoming sustainable, it is crucial to understand your organisation’s performance in economic, environmental, and social areas. Because, the growing impact of climate change has pushed governments and businesses globally to set net zero targets. This means public policies and investors will demand companies to report on the risks and opportunities of climate change by implementing less voluntary and more compliance related regulation. To future proof itself and take action needed to become sustainable today- organisations must first begin to report its actions.

Sustainability reporting is a management and communication tool that enables you to make known your contributions or impact on ESG topics material to your organisations’s internal and external stakeholders. It enables an organisation to be more transparent by assessing improvement opportunities and identifying inherent risks and opportunities driven by climate change.

  1. Helps identify risks and opportunities and become more attractive to investors;
  2. Clarity when formulating long term sustainability strategy, policy and business plans;
  3. Increased transparency, credibility and accountability that attracts customers and talent;
  4. Ensures regulation compliance and avoids publicized environmental, social and governance failures;
  5. Study the interlinked nature between financial and non-financial performance;
  6. Benchmarks and measure sustainability performance wrt. laws, norms, codes, performance standards and voluntary initiatives;
  7. Demonstrates how the organization influences and is influenced by expectations about sustainable development.

Measure your Impact on Environment

Helping sustainable Brands back their claims with data and technology. If you are a brand that believes in Sustainability as an integral value then let us help you Quantify your company’s impact on the Planet! Measure impact on Land, water and Air throughout the entire product supply chain and do a Product Life Cycle Assessment (LCA). 

 Bridge the gap. Talk data. Show impact.

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We follow the GHG (GreenHouse Gas protocol) for any standard related to measuring carbon emissions. Livabl has also managed to devise our own set of sustainability indexes that we use to help our Clients with quantifying their impact.

Depending upon the work you do, we can look at various factors of impact on the environment and also communicate it as more relatable metrics to the end user.

Yes, ofcourse!  We can work according to your company's brand language and aesthetics for the same.

Sample Dashboard

There is no "away"
to throw it away.

Journey towards Net Zero

The need of the hour is to reduce your carbon footprint. At Livabl we work on Carbon Management to help you Measure your company’s carbon footprint, Track and Reduce emissions and also offer solutions to Offset emissions by ecosystem restoration.

FAQs

Climate neutrality can be achieved if GHG emissions are reduced to a minimum and all remaining emissions are offset with climate protection measures like investing in emission reduction activities (outside product lifecycle) like forest conservation, renewable energies, methane gas capture in a landfill etc. to balance out emissions from its value chain.

We follow the widely accepted GreenHouse Gas protocol and include all the Scope 1,2 and part of Scope 3 emission depending upon the brand and Industry.

 

What is Scope 1,2,3 emission?

When calculating the "carbon footprint" across the lifecycle of a product we come across three kinds of emissions which are referred to as Scope 1, 2 and 3 and they are defined as:

 

Scope 1 - Covers direct emissions from owned or controlled sources

Scope 2 - Covers indirect emissions from the generation of purchased electricity, steam, heating and cooling consumed by the reporting company

Scope 3 - Covers indirect emissions related to the supply chain and everything else

A carbon offset broadly refers to a reduction in GHG emissions – or an increase in carbon storage (e.g., through land restoration or the planting of trees) – that is used to compensate for emissions that occur elsewhere.

Label your products

Let your brand STAND OUT. Be Transparent.
This can be included on your package to communicate to end consumer about the total amount of emissions involved in making of the product