Participate in a research on a methodology for climate neutrality

30 June 2021


Factor Ideas for change works every day with organisations that are aware of a major challenge: climate neutrality. This is still an area in its incipient stages and tools need to be designed to enable organisations to assess the best way to achieve it and external observers to evaluate the seriousness of the commitments.

Meanwhile, the European Union has already committed itself to achieving the goal of climate neutrality by 2050 through the European Green Deal, an ambitious package of emission reduction measures as an action plan.

In addition, the citizens' movement on climate change has gained unprecedented momentum and has pushed cities and the business sector to also make climate change the top sustainability priority. The demands of investors and stakeholders have been a powerful impetus for organisations to be more ambitious in their commitments.

That is why Factor is designing a multi-criteria methodology in this field with the aim of publishing a scientific article. The team is led by Dr. Kepa Solaun, partner and CEO of Factor.

In order to determine which elements make up this methodology and what their relative value is, we need the collaboration of relevant actors. The methodology is based on a set of criteria:

  • Strategy and commitment
  • Calculation and scope
  • Action Plan
  • Compensation
  • Communication

And, subsequently, they will be developed through sub-criteria or key questions. We would like you to take a few minutes to answer these questions and collaborate first-hand in a methodological investigation for climate neutrality.

Access the survey through the following link: https://es.surveymonkey.com/r/JH5T88G


Source: Factor


Factor Ideas for change

Factor has more than 15 years of experience offering technical consulting services in the areas of climate change adaptation and mitigation, carbon footprint analysis, sustainability, circular economy, renewable energy and carbon markets, amongst other things, undertaken on behalf of governments and international organizations, as well as for over 400 companies, with more than 1,100 projects undertaken within 40+ countries.