For several years, Fisher has paid close attention to developing global carbon markets in order to get a better understanding of the various ways they might affect the global Pulp & Paper industry. And as ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) becomes a hotter topic in both the global finance sector and the world of consumer brands, several major brands like Apple and Microsoft have announced ambitious goals to cut corporate carbon emissions, alongside pioneering legislation that has already passed in several parts of the world to regulate carbon emissions.
With all of these factors in play, Fisher realizes how important it is for stakeholders across the global Pulp & Paper value chain to have access to reliable environmental data that impact them the most. For more information on the ambitious initiatives several major brands have announced and how this could impact the highly energy-intensive Pulp & Paper industry, watch the video below.
At Fisher, we believe in identifying practical solutions by applying sophisticated analytics to our comprehensive datasets that describe every pulp and paper mill in the world. By taking a systematic approach and basing our models on fundamentals, we can correct the issue found in much of the carbon emissions reporting and provide an “apples-to-apples” comparison for consumers. With global carbon benchmarking and related ESG indices from Fisher, consumers now have more information than ever at their fingertips to ensure their procurement practices match their corporate visions.