Carbon Intelligence

Know the Facts
about your Carbon position
about your regulatory position
about the Carbon market. 

Be Intelligent
in your response to the
challenges and opportunities
that carbon reporting and
the carbon market bring.


The 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 21) held in Paris in December 2015 adopted a resoution to reduce carbon output “as soon as possible” and for all 195 countries to do their best to keep global warming “to well below 2 degrees C”.

The Australian Federal Government has conducted the second auction of the Emissions Reduction Fund, the centrepiece of its Direct Action Plan for the control of Carbon emissions in Australia, and has repealed the Clean Energy Future legislative package with the last Carbon Tax payments made in February 2015.

Our Values

We seek to remove confusion and ambiguity by ensuring we have clarity in all that we report, in all that we say, and in all that we do.
We’ll communicate in plain English and make sure you are aware of possible risks and benefits.

We strive to continually accumulate and retain knowledge, skills and experience, and share that skill set with each other and our customers.

We work to maintain the highest standards of integrity in our work and culture.

We’ve learned lessons along the way and know the pitfalls associated with new regulations, new technology and new stakeholder demands.  We want you to avoid those pitfalls. 

We work as a team with our customers to focus on achieving the best possible outcomes. We will be supportive of our customer’s issues and never judgemental. We aim to become partners with our clients and to establish open, honest and transparent business relationships. That said we enjoy our work and our work environment is a great place to be.


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