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Climate work — Sep 22, 2023

The goals set in the Science Based Targets initiative require continuous monitoring

GHG emissions
Climate work — Aug 25, 2023

GHGs for the Food Industry – Greenhouse Gases, Emissions, and the GHG Protocol 

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Climate work — Aug 15, 2023

What is the difference between PEF and GHG Protocol?

Climate work — Aug 09, 2023

Product Environmental Footprint (PEF) & its Significance in the Food Sector 

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Climate work — Jul 10, 2023

Understanding the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD)

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Climate work — Jun 20, 2023

Immediate Way to Reduce Agricultural Emissions: The Benefits of Regenerative Farming in Barley Cultivation

Climate work — Jun 08, 2023

Understanding Carbon Footprint and Life Cycle Assessment (LCA): a Comprehensive Guide

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Climate work — May 30, 2023

Carbon Footprint Reduction – 10 Tips for Food Companies to Lower their Emissions

Climate work — May 09, 2023

Emissions reporting in the food sector is in transformation

Climate work — Apr 18, 2023

Food company, meet the requirements of the Green Claims Directive

Biocode calculator — Jan 26, 2023

Why calculating the changes in soil carbon stocks matter? 

Climate work — Aug 25, 2021

Biocode’s commitment brings soil into the carbon footprint calculator

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