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Reduction Fund, the centrepiece of its Direct Action Plan for the control of Carbon emissions in Australia, and has repealed the Clean Energy Future legislative package with the last Carbon Tax payments made in February 2015.

Public Relations.

With the mandatory publication in Australia of Carbon emissions and energy consumption data and with the Register of corporations emitting Carbon or producing or consuming energy over the reporting thresholds being in the public domain, the potential exists for stakeholder, public and media questions about a corporation’s data. .

The data published offers some potential to compare corporations and to create “league tables” of the largest emitters and the most intensive emitters nationally and within an industry. 

There are valid reasons why emissions may appear unusual or may not be reported at all, including the difference between reporting by Facilities under Operational Control as opposed to reporting by equity share, and whether electricity is purchased or generated. 
This may, however, need to be explained to stakeholders and the media.
Carbon Intelligence can assist in this area.

For more information on assistance with planning responses to questions on publically available data: 
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