Bespoke Data Collection

Bespoke Data Collection

Are you looking for granular corporate carbon or sustainability-related data? We offer a bespoke data collection service to meet your needs.

Why Us?

The Engaged Tracking team has over 7 years experience in designing and implementing robust data collection processes, quality-assuring data and producing public rankings.

We know just how time-consuming data collection can be and how important quality assurance of that data is to our clients. That’s why we offer a bespoke data collection service to clients wishing to outsource their data collection needs, allowing them to focus on their core business.

We offer a bespoke data collection service for the following themes:

Carbon

Type Of Data

Features

Use Cases

Assessment of greenhouse gas emissions data.

Assessment of the availability and completeness of company emissions data, including but not limited to:

  1. ● GHG Protocol Scope 1 emissions gross.

  2. ● GHG Protocol Scope 2 emissions location-based.

  3. ● GHG Protocol Scope 2 emissions market-based.

  4. ● GHG Protocol Scope 2 emissions reduction from the purchase of renewable energy.

  5. ● GHG Protocol Scope 3 emissions, broken down by Scope 3 category.

  6. ● Third-party assurance of emissions data.

  7. ● Information on carbon credit purchases.

  8. ● Third party assurance or certification of the purchase of carbon credits.

Evaluation of the absolute and relative contribution to climate change of each company.

Assessment of the amount of renewable energy purchased by each company.

Evaluation of the level of public disclosure made by each company.

Evaluation of the third-party assurance of the data.

Assessment of fossil fuel reserves data.

Assessment of the availability and completeness of company fossil fuel reserve data, including but not limited to:

  1. ● Total Oil, Gas & Coal reserves.

  2. ● Total carbon dioxide equivalent embedded in fossil fuel reserves.

Evaluation of future emissions from company fossil fuel assets.

Evaluation of potential stranded assets.

Evaluation of the level of public disclosure made by each company.

Assessment of capital expenditure for fossil fuel reserves exploration and development.

Assessment of the availability and completeness of capital expenditure data for fossil fuel reserves exploration and development, including:

  1. ● Total fossil fuel reserve Capital Expenditure.

  2. ● Maturity of projects.

  3. ● Break even costs for different projects.

Evaluation of compatibility of company investments with decarbonisation pathways and granular assessment of stranded asset risk.

For fossil fuel companies, this analysis will enable a comparison of the different oil prices required for projects to break even.

Evaluation of the level of public disclosure made by each company.

Assessment of revenues generated from climate-friendly activities.

Assessment of the availability and completeness of revenues derived from activities set to drive the transition to a low carbon economy. For example:

  1. ● Renewable energy generation.

  2. ● Energy storage.

  3. ● Low carbon transition enabling products and services.

Evaluation of the extent to which a company is enabling the low carbon transition. This form of analysis enables the consideration of positive contributions that are not captured through greenhouse gas emissions data alone.

Evaluation of the level of public disclosure made by each company.

Assessment of company climate management strategy.

  1. ● Assessment of the availability and completeness of the company climate management strategy documentation.

  2. ● Assessment of how extensive the climate management strategy is, e.g. linkage between executive remuneration and carbon reduction targets, assessment of risks and opportunities, existence of short/medium/long-term emissions reduction targets.

Evaluation of company forward-looking strategy for the management of climate-related risks and opportunities.

Evaluation of the level of public disclosure made by each company.

Assessment of capital expenditure for fossil fuel reserves exploration and development.

Assessment of the availability and completeness of capital expenditure data for fossil fuel reserves exploration and development, including:

  1. ● Total fossil fuel reserve Capital Expenditure.

  2. ● Maturity of projects.

  3. ● Break even costs for different projects.

Evaluation of compatibility of company investments with decarbonisation pathways and granular assessment of stranded asset risk.

For fossil fuel companies, this analysis will enable a comparison of the different oil prices required for projects to break even.

Evaluation of the level of public disclosure made by each company.

Assessment of revenues generated from climate-friendly activities.

Assessment of the availability and completeness of revenues derived from activities set to drive the transition to a low carbon economy. For example:

  1. ● Renewable energy generation.

  2. ● Energy storage.

  3. ● Low carbon transition enabling products and services.

Evaluation of the extent to which a company is enabling the low carbon transition. This form of analysis enables for the consideration of positive contributions that are not captured through greenhouse gas emissions data alone.

Evaluation of the level of public disclosure made by each company.

Assessment of company climate management strategy.

Assessment of a company’s direct influence on climate policy (e.g. position on a carbon tax, energy efficiency standards etc).

Assessment of the extent to which a company engages in lobbying activities via third-party 'influencer' organizations (e.g. a trade body, chamber of commerce, advocacy group).

Assessment of the extent to which a company is engaging on climate change policy matters, whether positively or negatively.

Evaluation of the extent to which a company is engaging positively or negatively on climate change, independent of its other climate-related initiatives.

This analysis enables stakeholders to view if a company’s lobbying activities are in line with its direct actions and public rhetoric.

Assessment of information on scenario analysis.

Assessment of the availability and completeness of the company climate scenario analysis documentation.

Assessment of the credibility of the scenario analysis, including the time horizons used and decarbonisation pathways considered.

Evaluation of credibility of company risk management strategy.

This analysis adds an additional layer to the review of the company’s climate management strategy.

Evaluation of compliance with recommendations from the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures.

Evaluation of the level of public disclosure made by each company.

Analysis of alignment with decarbonisation pathways.

Assessment of the company emissions reduction trajectory and compatibility with sectoral decarbonisation pathways.

Comparison with different decarbonisation pathways and budgets for 1.5° C versus 2° C.

This assessment will include quantitative and qualitative approaches. For example:

Quantitative: whether the emissions trend is increasing or decreasing.

Qualitative: whether the company has a credible long-term absolute emissions reduction pathway plan.

ET Index Research will incorporate data from the IPCC and the IEA into its analysis.

Evaluation of the company emissions trajectory, including historical trend, in line with the latest science.

Evaluation of the availability and credibility of the company’s future plans for absolute emissions reduction.

Evaluation of the level of public disclosure made by each company.

Circular economy

Circular Economy Data.

Revenues derived from activities associated with a circular economy.

A circular economy ratio score.

Forward-looking strategy for embedding the principles of a circular economy into their infrastructure, operations and culture, e.g. does the company have a policy on returning used products.

Measure, monitor and manage exposure to the transition to a circular economy across portfolios and sustainable investment universe.

Quickly identify opportunities to inform asset allocation.

Create new strategies and products.

Sustainable Development Goals

Engaged Tracking is currently developing its Sustainable Development Goal-aligned framework for Environmental, Social and Governance data. Register your interest in this service to receive updates on when the product goes live!

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