GHG Emission Disclosure

The companies in the Haga Initiative report their emissions in a joint GHG Emission Disclosure. In the report, the companies disclose their corporate targets, climate impact and actions to meet the targets.

A comprehensive climate strategy requires that emissions from a company’s operations are measured properly. The data disclosed in the report are calculated based on the Greenhouse Gas Protocol, an international greenhouse gas accounting standard. The GHG Protocol is a universal framework that only provides general instructions. Therefore, the Haga Initiaitve has developed a calculation matrix for its members in order to increase transparency and provide each company with a tool to calculate emissions from its specific countries of operations.

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