Confidence in GHG Estimation
Credible emissions data is required to enable the market to incorporate emissions into everyday business decisions. The quality of GHG estimates vary, and reliability—particularly around fugitive methane emissions—is also a remaining uncertainty. Meanwhile inconsistencies between corporate reporting approaches can also limit the usefulness of these data sets. What is the state of carbon accounting today? What steps need to occur to improve both our understanding of these datasets and usefulness of information being provided to the market?