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Building a credible Baseline scenario for your GHG Management strategy

Building a comprehensive and reliable GHG emissions inventory to calculate and manage your business' carbon footprint

Also known as carbon footprint, a corporate or organizational GHG emissions assessment is an essential tool to understand your business impact on climate change, and how to manage it.

Path to net-zero

A Greenhouse gas emission inventory  is a list of emission sources and the associated emissions quantified using standardized methods. It provides an exhaustive picture of all the GHG emissions of an organization, an event or a project and is the essential first step towards net-zero emissions. Our team of experts can help your business track, report and reduce your GHG emissions.

Greenhouse gas emissions reporting:

Article L 229-25 of the Environmental Code makes it compulsory for legal entities under private law employing more than 500 people in metropolitan France and 250 people in the French overseas territories to draw up a BEGES every four years. Since 2021, the decree n° 2021-1784 also provides for the establishment of a simplified assessment of greenhouse gas emissions for companies with more than 50 employees and receiving aid under the "Recovery Plan".

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Methodologies and standards applied by Avvena :


Approved in 2022, the CSRD strengthens existing rules on non-financial reporting.

The scope of CSRD reporting goes beyond the requirements of its predecessor the NFRD and mandates disclosure of a broader set of metrics, including GHG emissions, Scopes 1, 2 and 3. The CSRD will also have a broader scope, covering all large public and private companies that meet at least two of the following criteria:

  • 250+ employees
  • 20 million or more in total assets
  • 40 million euros or more in sales

From 2024, companies will therefore be required to publish detailed information on sustainability issues. This will increase corporate accountability, avoid discrepancies in sustainability standards and facilitate the transition to a sustainable economy.

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  • Spain - Madrid
  • Malta - San Gwann

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