Report scope 3 categories 8 and 13 - emissions from leased assets
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Organizations need to track emissions from assets where they are the lessee and lessor. These are typically reported in scope 3 categories 8 and 13. Depending on operational control, however, emissions may be reported in scopes 1 and 2. Activities included in 8 and 13 are any fuel- and power-related emissions that occur within an organization’s operations from a leased facility or asset. This feature will enable Microsoft Sustainability Manager to calculate these emissions according to the activity, such as fuel or electricity, but also report aligned to scope 3 categories 8 and 13. These two respective alignments will enable practitioners to track categories 8 and 13 within Microsoft Sustainability Manager, which is the first step needed to reach goals aligned to leased assets.
Ingest activity data, calculate, and report on scope 3 categories 8 and 13: Emissions from leased assets not included in scope 1 and scope 2 of the Greenhouse Gas Protocol (GHG Protocol) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) factors. Category 8 is for space or assets that are leased by the reporting company. Category 13 is for space or assets that the reporting company owns and someone else leases.