PwC has announced it has become a signatory of The Carbon Call to improve measurement, reporting, and verification of GHG emissions and removal, primarily for the corporate sector, effective yesterday (5 June).
The Carbon Call is an initiative led by ClimateWorks Foundation. The Carbon Call and participating organisations “uncover” and address gaps in the existing global carbon accounting systems, focusing on carbon removal and land sector, methane, and indirect emissions.
By becoming a signatory, PwC joins a list of global corporations who are working towards the development of “reliable and interoperable carbon accounting”.
Emma Cox, global climate leader at PwC, said: “If we are to achieve the pace and scale of action required to tackle climate change, we need collective action and investment from businesses across the world.
“The Carbon Call is helping to drive these efforts by bringing together organisations to create and build trust in a globally aligned and interoperable system for measuring and recording data used for GHG accounting.
She added: “PwC is proud to be part of this initiative as we work to deliver sustained outcomes for our clients that will help accelerate action on climate change.”