Corporate Social Responsibility Report 2020 | Cushman & Wakefield

GRI 305: Emissions 305-1 Direct (scope 1) GHG emissions

305-2 Energy indirect (scope 2) GHG emissions 305-3 Other indirect (scope 3) GHG emissions 305-4 GHG emissions intensity



Scope 1 emissions (tCO 2 e)



Scope 2 emissions (tCO 2 e) (location-based)



Scope 2 emissions (tCO 2 e) (market-based)



Scope 3 emissions (tCO 2 e)



Total scope 1, 2 (market-based) and 3 emissions (tCO 2 e)



Scope 1, 2 (market-based) and 3 emissions normalized by person (tCO 2 e / employees)



Notes: • We calculate our GHG emissions inventory in accordance with the GHG Protocol Corporate Accounting Standard using an operational control boundary. The GHG Protocol defines the operational control approach to include operations where the company has the full authority to introduce and implement operating policies. Scope 1 and scope 2 emissions from all global owned and leased facilities and vehicles worldwide are included in our inventory. • Energy consumption is estimated for leased facilities or mobile sources where we do not have access to metered energy data. • Scope 1 emissions include stationary combustion of fuels in our buildings and combustion of transportation fuels in our mobile fleet. • Scope 2 emissions include indirect purchased energy for consumption in our buildings. • We measure and report our scope 3 emissions for purchased goods and services, capital goods, fuel- and energy-related activities, waste generated in operations, business travel (commercial air, and rail), employee commuting, use of sold products, and downstream leased assets in accordance with the GHG Protocol Corporate Value Chain (scope 3) standard. • Emissions associated with purchased goods and services and capital goods were only estimated for • Emission factor sources include: U.S. EPA Emission Factor Hub, March 2020; U.S. Electricity: Year 2019 eGRID Subregion Emission Factors (eGRID 2019, February 2021); International Electricity: Year 2018 factors from “CO 2 Emissions from Fuel Combustion (2020 Edition),” IEA, Paris; scope 2 Market-Based European Residual Mix 2017 Source: Version 1.13, 11th July 2018, Year 2017 Factors; Purchased Goods and Services: U.S. EPA Office of Research and Development, Supply Chain GHG Emission Factors for U.S. Industries and Commodities, Metadata Updated: June 20, 2020; Fuel-and Energy-Related Activities: Loss as percentage of generation is from EPA eGRID2019, February 2021; Heat/Steam: 2012 Guidelines to Defra / DECC's GHG Conversion Factors for Company Reporting. Year 2010 Factors. UK factor: Annex 3. Other countries: Annex 10. Based on IEA data; Commercial Air Travel: 2020 Guidelines to Defra / DECC's GHG Conversion Factors for Company Reporting. Version 1.0 July 2020; Employee Commuting: Quantis scope 3 calculator. (cont'd...) 2020. The 2020 values were incorporated into the 2019 inventory. • Use of sold product emissions were calculated for 2019 and 2020.


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