The phenomena of global warming and climate change lies in the increase of greenhouse gases in our atmosphere. Experts have warned us for decades about the global impact of carbon emissions. According to an Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report 2022, the world is set to reach the 1.5-degree Celsius level within the next two decades, thus IPCC research suggested the world needs to reduce Global Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions by 45% by around 2030, and achieve net-zero emissions by 2050, to avert the worst impacts of climate change. However, meeting such long-term goals will require deep cuts in emissions in the coming decades, especially in transportation where emissions are projected to increase significantly by 2050, absent new actions.
Transportation accounts for approximately one-quarter of global greenhouse gas emissions, and these emissions continue to rise.
They’re also expected to grow at a faster rate than that from any other sector, posing a major challenge to efforts to reduce emissions in line with the Paris Agreement, Sustainable development goals and other global goals. That is why many businesses are now recognizing the urgency to reduce their carbon emission occurring from their transportation. But the question is, how? To make decarbonisation effort fruitful, an organization needs effective understanding, measuring, minimising, and monitoring of GHG.
Based on GHG protocol, corporate standard, emissions can be classified into three (03) distinct scopes covering both direct and indirect emissions related to a given organization.
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