Estates Management record 2012/13 - Scope 3 carbon emissions from supply chainScope3CarbonEmissionsFromSupplyChain
Estates Management record 2012/13
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Scope 3 carbon emissions from supply chain
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The fields in this entity contain data about the scope 3 carbon emissions from supply chain.
|England Northern Ireland Scotland Wales
All higher education institutions (HEIs).
These are scope 3 emissions in total greenhouse gas emissions (tonnes) associated with the supply chain.
Exclude emissions relating to commercial space.
Identifying scope 3 supply chain emissions
The scope 3 supply chain reporting framework uses data submitted by HEIs through the Annual Returns Database (ARD) to the Regional Purchasing Consortia. The ARD collects all spend data. The English consortia will use this data to create a scope 3 emissions report for each English HEI. HEIs may use the data from this scope 3 report from the purchasing consortia data for their Estates management submission.
Emission conversion factors
Prior to the 2011/12 Estates Management Statistics record, the conversion factor used was based on carbon dioxide (C02) per unit. However, from the 2011/12 Estates Management Statistics record onwards, the alternative Defra measure of equivalent carbon dioxide (C02e) is used instead. This change accounts for additional Greenhouse Gases, including CH4 and N20.
The Defra conversion factors and guidance provide the conversion factors as well as supplemental information. Furthermore, HEFCE scope 3 carbon emissions guidance was commissioned to help the higher education sector in measuring and reporting scope 3 carbon emissions.
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|Change management notes
|Additional guidance added to the Notes section, clarifying that from the 2011/12 Estates Management Statistics record onwards the alternative Defra measure of equivalent carbon dioxide (C02e) is used instead of carbon dioxide (C02) per unit.
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