Sustainability claims: A 56% growth opportunity for food producers and retailers
Attributing sustainability claims to sales growth has been a year-long quest with loose results for the food industry. A new market report puts the quest to rest, providing 5-year-long evidence that s
4 steps to Scope 3 data: Roadblocks & how to overcome them
Food & beverage industry + Emissions + Elephant in the room = Supply chain data. Upstream Scope 3 data is a problem the entire food industry has identified but no one has successfully solved – y
Voluntary carbon offsets in numbers: Money talks, volume wails
Offsetting has claimed a central position in the global challenge to reach net zero. In this article we break down the business case for offsetting with price and inventory and what your best bet is s
There and back again: The history of offsets by Mark Trexler, the Ph.D. of the first offset project
We may now see concepts like “carbon neutrality”, “net-zero” and “carbon offsets” and not even flinch or wonder what it is. But sometimes tracing the path of common practice is eve
How to assess the quality of a carbon offset
Carbon offsets are created in a space of uncertainty and nuances. Historically, these shades of gray can sway either way to create attractive, marketable commodities. Far too frequently it has the opp
What makes a carbon offset?
One thing for us to say “a product cannot be carbon neutral” and expect you to take our word for it and another to present the facts. So we took the time to present the full argument in an article
How to Kickstart an Emissions Reduction Pilot (Scope 1, 2, 3)
Emissions reduction work is systematically maturing, especially in the more elusive domain Scope 3 and supplier involvement. At the moment, grocers in particular are pushing the climate maturity of th
A walk in Stockholm with George Monbiot: How do we Reboot Food?
George Monbiot is one of the most influential environmental voices in the world, with a clear, factual message and a dedicated following – us at CarbonCloud included. George has a number of titles t
Climate footprint labels: Why we use the number – and why the entire food industry will too.
The quantitative and specific climate footprint label may still be perceived as disruptive but we are certain that there simply isn’t a way that is more informative and transparent to communicate th
On the quest for climate transparency: The 6 most frequent misconceptions on the climate impact of food
In our previous article, we outlined what the climate-transparent audience looks like: Generation preferences, sentiments, interest and pulse. Now it’s time to look at how the audience is talking ab