VERIFIY YOUR CARBON NEUTRALITY WITH PAS 2060 SUPPORT
PAS 2060 SUPPORT
Achieve official verification of your net zero efforts with third-party verification from PAS 2060 standard from the BSI. Get independent verification from us to ensure better protection.
UNDERSTANDING BS ISO 14068
BS ISO 14068 was published and created in 2023 by the ISO for environmental management. It provides strong guidance and detailed verifiable requirements for the quantification and reduction of GHG emissions. This allows for verifiable claims of carbon neutrality and Net Zero for products and services, or organisations so that there is no net release of GHG emissions into the atmosphere.
PAS 2060 is a publicly available specification created by the British Standards Institution (BSI). ISO 14068:2023 will ultimately replace PAS 2060 as the new standard for carbon neutrality. The ISO standard was published on 30th November 2023 and therefore will completely replace the PAS 2060 standard from 30th November 2025.
DEMONSTRATE CARBON NEUTRALITYEnsure your company's commitment to carbon neutrality is verified and trusted with support from Tunley Environmental®. Our team of experts can be used to demonstrate your net zero efforts and progress towards sustainability goals.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Elevate your sustainability efforts with PAS 2060 verification. Showcase your commitment to a greener future and stand out from the competition with official verification of your carbon neutrality from the BSI. The standard for carbon neutrality, outlines a four-stage process. This includes:
- Assessment of GHG emissions based on accurate measurement data
- Reduction of emissions through a target-driven carbon management plan
- Offsetting of excess emissions, often by purchasing carbon credits
- Documentation and verification through qualifying explanatory statements and public disclosure
GLOBAL GOALS FOR CARBON NEUTRALITY
Governments are placing more emphasis on carbon neutrality, with the UK government leading the way by setting a goal for all businesses to achieve 'net zero' GHG emissions by 2050. Carbon neutrality is also a crucial objective for organisations looking to:
- Contribute to the fight against climate change
- Boost their sustainability reputation and enhance their ability to withstand challenges
- Align with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
- Gain a competitive advantage by offering environmental products and services
- Improve operational efficiency and reduce energy expenses.
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PAS 2080 AND 2060
PAS 2080 and PAS 2060 are pivotal standards for the effective management of greenhouse gas emissions. However, they differ in their scope and application. PAS 2060 focuses on a company's entire carbon footprint and provides a roadmap towards achieving carbon neutrality. In contrast, PAS 2080 is designed specifically for evaluating the carbon footprint of individual projects, such as buildings and infrastructure
GET OFFICIAL VERIFICATION OF YOUR CARBON NEUTRALITY
Protect yourself from greenwashing accusations and prove to the world that you are walking the talk. Ensure your calculations are thorough, robust and protected by the Green Claims Code by getting PAS 2060 support. With our third party verification of your net zero efforts, you can get the official standard from the British Standards Institution (BSI) and rest easy knowing your company is officially certified as carbon neutral.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
PAS2060 is a standard developed by the British Standards Institution (BSI) that provides guidelines and requirements for achieving carbon neutrality or net-zero carbon emissions for organisations. It sets out a framework for measuring, reducing, and offsetting greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions associated with a specific entity of activity. Organisations that achieve PAS2060 certification can use it as a valuable tool for demonstrating their environmental leadership to customers, investors, and other stakeholders.
Obtaining PAS2060 verification can be beneficial for various reasons, depending on your specific goals and circumstances. While the certification offers numerous benefits, it also requires commitment, resources, and ongoing efforts to maintain carbon neutrality. Therefore, it’s essential to weigh the advantages against the associated coasts and consider whether it aligns with your overall sustainability strategy and business goals.
Obtaining PAS2060 verification involves a structured process that requires careful planning, measurement, documentation, and verification. It’s essential to work with experienced sustainability and carbon management professionals, as well as accredited certification bodies, to navigate PAS2060 verification process successfully. The specific requirements and processes may vary depending on your organisations size, industry, and location, so it’s crucial to consult with experts familiar with the standard and its application in your context. Seek more information on this in our insight PAS 2060: What You Need To Know.
The duration of PAS2060 verification can vary depending on several factors. This can include: the complexity of your organisation’s emissions profile, the thoroughness of your documentation, the availability of data, and the efficiency of the verification process. Generally, the process can take several weeks to a few months to compete.