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KPMG’s Global Green Initiative was launched with the aim of reducing the greenhouse gas emissions produced in the course of our business activities.
We identify and record our emissions in CO2 equivalents based on the Greenhouse Gas Protocol (GHG Protocol). These emissions are primarily produced as a result of energy consumption on our business premises and during business-related travel. Recording our CO2 output throughout Switzerland allows us to identify and realize potential savings, and enables us to evaluate the success of this scheme. We have our carbon footprint calculations externally audited by an expert organization.
We neutralize any emissions that cannot be reduced in an economically efficient way by purchasing high-quality CO2 certificates. In doing so, we help a waste disposal and recycling plant in Ankara (Turkey) to reduce its own emissions. Methane, a greenhouse gas, is captured in the plant and used to generate electricity, which minimizes the level of harmful methane emissions being released into the atmosphere.
In addition, the consumption of fossil fuels that would otherwise be used for generating power can be reduced. KPMG has deliberately opted for a project accredited by the Gold Standard. This ensures that the offset projects not only have a positive impact on the environment, but also encourages sustainable development in the project region (e.g. by creating jobs or improving air quality).
KPMG is actively involved in protecting the environment worldwide.
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