ESG -> Environment -> Scope 3 -> eWaste Reporting
- build consistent ESG data
- keep current with updates to ESG standards and frameworks
- prevent greenwashing
This demo is to be used for example purposes only.
HOW MOBICYCLE CONSULTING WORKS
Our consultants will
- Identify your upstream and downstream electronics suppliers (based on available data).
- Map your processes around electronics management (including your suppliers).
- Retrieve data from your team, your suppliers and external resources.
- Combine the process maps and data into a preliminary report.
- Use the preliminary report to calculate Scope 3 emissions.
- Create a Scope 3 emissions report (the preliminary report with emissions calculations).
- Integrate the Scope 3 emissions report with your other Scope 3 reporting, financial reporting, disclosures, etc.
- Bonus: We repeat step 5 for biodiversity.
- Bonus: We repeat step 5 for pollution.
Goals for your consulting engagement
- Build consistent ESG data
- Keep current with updates to ESG standards and frameworks
- Prevent greenwashing
Deliverables from your consulting engagement
- A Scope 3 report on your electronics and electricals
- A report showing the relationship between Scope 3 reporting and financial reporting
- A report recommending ways to improve your eWaste Scope 3 reporting
Activities in support of achieving your outcomes
- Map your business processes around electronics and eWaste
- Collect the data relevant to those processes
- Identify the waste suppliers in your eWaste value chain
SCOPE 3 REPORTING
Greenhouse gas emissions of electronic and electrical equipment you purchased (excluding fixed assets).
Carbon footprint of electronic and electrical equipment that is used to produce goods and services (fixed assets).
Waste generated in operations
Carbon footprint of the electronic and electrical equipment not sold to a customer.
Transportation & distribution of sold products
Greenhouse gas emissions created when transporting and distributing your sold electronics and electrical equipment.
Processing of sold products
Greenhouse gas emissions generated when processing your sold electronic and electrical equipment.
Use of sold products
Expected GHG emissions to be generated by your customers over their lifetime use of your electronic or electrical device.
End of life treatment of sold products
Calculated GHG emissions if your sold products are landfilled, or recycled.
Downstream leased assets
If you lease electronic equipment.
FRAMEWORKS, standards, regulators & legislators
The Glasgow Alliance for Net Zero (GFANZ) is a global coalition of leading financial institutions that has created a set of related frameworks, tools and other resources to accelerate the decarbonization of the economy.
The International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) makes the IFRS Sustainability Disclosure Standards.
The Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) recommends the types of informaton you should disclose. It was created by the Financial Standards Board.
The Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) offers standards to help you report your progress.
The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) provides a common language to communicate your envioronmental impacts.
CDP scores companies based on their annual disclosures.
The EU taxonomy is a classification system, establishing a list of environmentally sustainable economic activities.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SED) promotes climate-related disclosures in public company filings. The Commission's 2010 guidance offers disclosure requirements around climate change.
Australia, China, Hong Kong SAR, India, Japan, Singapore, and Thailand.
South American trade bloc established by the Treaty of Asunción in 1991. Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay are full members.