More articles Related stories The Australian Bureau of Statistics has announced a new carbon dioxide emissions comparison instrument, which will allow businesses to compare the emissions of different products.
The carbon dioxide emission data can be used to predict the emissions impact on different sectors of the economy.
“The data is a valuable tool for businesses to monitor carbon emissions in their supply chains,” BIS chief economist Paul Chiswick said in a statement.
“Businesses can use this information to determine if they should increase their emissions, increase their CO2 reduction efforts or to adapt to changing climate.”
We hope this tool will help businesses to make informed decisions about where and how to allocate their resources.
“The carbon emission data will be used in a new benchmarking tool, called the Carbon Emissions Index, which is expected to be used by businesses across the economy to monitor and predict future CO2 emissions.”
As businesses become more efficient, they are likely to be able to use the data to predict how their emissions might be impacted by the changing climate,” the BIS said.”
This will allow them to ensure their products meet all of their climate targets and will enable them to plan and implement the best possible emissions management strategies.
“The CO2 Emissions Inventory will be a new, standalone tool.
The Carbon Emission Index will not be a standalone tool and it will be built on top of the existing CO2 data, but will only provide an additional input to the Carbon Index.
It will be available to businesses, as well as consumers, through a new online tool.”CALI is the first carbon dioxide index to be built as a separate instrument to allow businesses the flexibility and flexibility to choose and analyse the most relevant CO2 emission data to help them make informed investment decisions,” the statement said.
The COXI index has been widely used in the carbon market to monitor how carbon emissions affect an industry, but the new instrument will not provide any information on how emissions have changed since the carbon price was introduced.
The new carbon index will be made available for businesses and consumers through the Carbon Market, a marketplace for carbon trading in Australia.
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