Deutsche Post DHL Group: towards Net Zero – the Role of Carbon Accounting

This practical example outlines Deutsche Post DHL Group’s journey towards net zero, based on carbon accounting. By treating carbon as a cost, including measuring, tracking and controlling GHG emissions, it is optimized in the same way as other financial costs. This example highlights the importance of the finance department due to their role within the carbon accounting team. It includes details of their focus on accurate modelling, external assurance, engagement and reporting.

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