January 2020 – December 2020
Scope 1 & 2
Stationary Combustion, Mobile Combustions, Fugitive Emissions, Process Emissions, Purchased Electricity, Steam, Heat & Cooling.
Managed Assets, Goods & Services, Assets, Waste from Operations, Water Consumption, Air, Sea and Land-based Travel, Hotels & Accommodation, Employee Commuting, Upstream and Downstream Distribution.
Scope 1 Emissions: 0.00 tCO2e
Scope 2 Emissions: 6.52 tCO2e
Scope 3 Emissions: 155.76 tCO2e
Renewable Energy: -1.02 tCO2e
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eLife is pleased to be supporting the Cookstove Project in Malawi and Geothermal Project in El Salvador through Positive Planet.
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Let’s face it, our fossil fuel-based system needs an upgrade. Instead of spewing CO2e until we run out of dead dinosaurs to burn, let’s go all-in on renewable technology now. That’s why solar is so important: it can bring electricity to millions while keeping fossil fuels in the ground.
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