Carbon Insetting Vs. Carbon Offsetting: Navigating Carbon Neutrality and Decarbonization Strategies for Industrial Facilities

In the journey towards carbon neutrality, Industrial facility owners and manufacturers face crucial decisions on managing their GHG emissions. Two key strategies often discussed are carbon insetting and carbon offsetting, each offering distinct approaches to achieving environmental goals while navigating the complexities of industrial processes.

Navigating the Complexity of Scope 3 Emission Calculations: Challenges for Canadian Corporations and SMEs

The journey toward sustainability and net-zero emission targets is a vital one, but for many SMEs, corporations and industrial facilities, the path is fraught with challenges. One of the most significant obstacles is the calculation of Scope 3 emissions. These indirect emissions, stemming from a company’s value chain, are notoriously complex to quantify and manage.

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Unlocking Competitive Advantage through GHG Accounting

A winning strategy for businesses seeking to thrive in sustainable supply chains

In today’s increasingly eco-conscious marketplace, sustainability isn’t just a buzzword—it’s a business imperative. Companies across industries are under growing pressure to minimize their environmental footprint and embrace sustainable practices throughout their operations. As a result, sustainability considerations are playing an increasingly influential role in vendor selection and supply chain management.

SEC Adopts Rules to Enhance and Standardize Climate-Related Disclosures for Investors

The SEC’s new rules on climate-related disclosures mark a significant step towards transparency in how companies report their climate risks and actions. These rules aim to provide investors with consistent, reliable information on the financial impacts of climate-related risks and how companies manage them.

Beyond Compliance

Explore the Multi-dimensional benefits of a strategic GHG management program within Family Offices.

For family offices seeking to enhance their environmental impact and financial legacy, embracing the measurement, reporting, and offsetting of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions is not just a step towards combating climate change; it’s a strategic move that can significantly benefit their brand reputation and investment strategies. Aligning with net-zero goals presents a forward-looking approach that resonates with modern investors, stakeholders, and the broader community. This article explores the multifaceted benefits of this engagement.

Montreal By-law 21-042

Are you a property manager or owner looking to learn more about Montreal By-law 21-042, and how to comply?

Montreal’s ambitious steps towards climate responsibility are exemplified in By-law 21-042, enacted on September 27, 2021. Officially known as the “By-law Concerning Greenhouse Gas Emission Disclosures and Ratings of Large Buildings,” it sets a comprehensive framework for large buildings to disclose and evaluate their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. In this article, we’ll explore the significance of By-law 21-042 and how ZenithNet-Zero supports property management companies and owners of large buildings meet the June 30 mandatory compliance deadline effortlessly.

GHG Measurement & Family Offices

Navigating the intricacies of family office management in today’s diverse landscape requires a thoughtful consideration of various elements. Within the realm of responsible wealth management, aligning strategies with sustainability principles is crucial.

The increasing significance of Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions necessitates a focused approach, driven by compliance, voluntary initiatives, and a genuine commitment to environmental responsibility. Understanding and mitigating GHG emissions emerge as essential components for fostering sustainable practices.


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