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Baseline for your net zero strategy | Develop / innovate products to lower carbon emissions | Work with suppliers on sustainable goods | Communicate with stakeholders including customers, potential investors and workforce.

A complete carbon management consultancy service. From calculating your organisation’s Carbon Footprint to putting the finishing touches on a Net Zero Strategy, our team of experts will develop low carbon emissions solutions, work with suppliers on sustainable goods, and communicate with stakeholders. The result? A plan that works for your business – employees, customers, and investors.

Mabbett’s climate and carbon consultants specialise in assessing and reducing your carbon footprint through bespoke environmental initiatives and projects, applying expertise to analyse and manage greenhouse gas emissions, ensuring your operations align with carbon reduction targets and sustainability goals.

From establishing baselines for your net-zero strategy to advising on carbon reduction innovations, we focus on tangible outcomes, helping you navigate complex regulatory landscapes and achieve measurable reductions in carbon emissions. Our proven strategies are designed to help businesses in diverse environments mitigate their environmental impact and drive long-term value through enhanced sustainability.

Our carbon management services are delivered in line with a range of recognised standards including but not limited to the GHG Protocol, ISO 14064, PAS 2060, PAS 2050, EN 15978, Science Based Targets, and other industry-specific standards.

Our Carbon Management Consulting Services

  • Carbon Footprint Assessments for Organisations (Scope 1, 2, and 3). We will identify emission sources within your organisation’s Scope 1, 2 and 3 activities which are applicable to your operations and will measure the associated GHG emissions in line with recognised carbon accounting standards, e.g., the GHG Protocol Standards.
  • Scope 3 Emissions and Supply Chain Management.
  • Carbon Footprint Assessments for Products, Services, Processes, Buildings and other relevant subjects.
  • Whole Life Cycle Assessments (WLCAs) for Infrastructure Developments as part of the Planning Application and Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) requirements.
  • Independent Third-Party Verification of carbon footprint disclosures including but not limited to organisational and product carbon footprints, LCAs, SECR, etc.
  • GHG emissions trajectory modelling and emissions scenario building.
  • Carbon Reduction Projects; including Project Identification and Project Management.
  • Public Procurement Note 06/21 and Carbon Reduction Plans.
  • Net Zero Strategy Development.
  • Carbon Offsetting and Sequestration Strategy.
  • Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Strategy.
  • Science-Based Targets.
  • Legislative Compliance (including SECR and ESOS).

What are the key elements of life cycle assessment?

  1. Identify and quantify the environmental impact; e.g. the energy and materials consumed, the wastes produced and emissions generated
  2. Evaluate the environmental impacts
  3. Prioritise actions to reduce the environmental impacts.

How is a carbon footprint calculated?

Organisational Boundary

The Organisational Boundary defines the businesses and operations that constitute yourcompany for the purpose of accounting and reporting greenhouse gas emissions. You can choose to report either the emissions from operations over which you have financial or operational control (the control approach) or from operations according to your share of equity in the operation (the equity share approach).

Operational Boundary

Defining the operational boundary involves identifying emissions associated with your operations, categorising them as direct and indirect emissions, and choosing the scope of accounting and reporting for indirect emissions.

  • Scope 1: emissions from sources that are owned or controlled by you (i.e. any owned or controlled activities that release emissions straight into the atmosphere).
  • Scope 2: indirect GHG emissions from the consumption of purchased electricity, heat, steam or cooling
  • Scope 3: indirect GHG emissions from other activities. A detailed Standard exists that sets out the rules for 15 categories of Scope 3 emissions.

What is PAS 2050?

PAS 2050 – Specification for the assessment of the life cycle greenhouse gas emissions of goods and services

What is PAS 2060?

PAS 2060 Standard for Carbon Neutrality

PAS 2060 Carbon Neutrality

What is a Carbon Management Plan?

A well-executed Carbon Management Plan not only contributes to the global fight against climate change but also brings about economic, operational, and reputational benefits for the organisations that adopt it. Our Carbon Management Plan includes:

  • Assessment: We assess your carbon footprint comprehensively (Scope 1, 2, and 3) to establish a baseline.
  • Goal Setting: Collaboratively set realistic carbon reduction goals and create a tailored strategy.
  • Efficiency Solutions: Implement energy-efficient technologies for immediate impact and cost-effective practices
  • Renewable Energy: Integrate renewable sources to shift away from fossil fuels and contribute to a cleaner grid.
  • Carbon Offsetting: Access high-quality offsetting programs to balance remaining emissions.
  • Monitoring and Reporting: Implement robust systems for continuous monitoring, ensuring transparent progress.
  • Employee Engagement: Promote a sustainable workplace culture through engagement programs and training.
  • Compliance and Certification: Navigate regulations for compliance and obtain relevant sustainability certifications.

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