Electronics & Electricals

MobiCycle Technologies

Talk with a digital expert about Scope 3 emissions. Explore biodiversity loss in a digital environment. Use digital tools to quantify your footprint. Buy a bin.

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USA

The SEC is on the verge of making Scope 3 reporting mandatory for publicly traded companies.

Europe

The EU Commission passed the CSRD in November 2022. More companies must provide more supply chain data.

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Global

In October 2022, the ISSB voted unanimously to require Scope 3 reporting for organizations.

Your data awaits

Capture meaningful data with MobiCycle's hardware and software solutions.

You have questions, we have answers

Perhaps you like typing? Get answers by text. Perhaps you prefer talking? Get answers by metahuman. We help you access the data you need and educate you on the basics of Scope 3 emissions for electronics.

Get answers to your questions by talking to a digital human, a metahuman. We call ours electronic advisors. Choose the 'Metahumans' tab to get answers from eAdvisor. Choose 'Digital Tools' for text-based tools. Add context to your answers by adding a virtual environment, or 'Metaverse'.

Finally, buy a specialty waste bin to capture even more data about your electronics and the waste created.

Why Scope 3?

Net zero goals are Scope 3 goals.

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Scope 3 GHG Emissions

CEOs and fund managers alike want better guidance. MobiCycle provides meaningful data aligned with published guidance.

Reasons to focus on Scope 3:

  • Scope 3 emissions represent up to 90% of overall emissions. Less than 20% of suppliers disclose their Scope 3 emissions.
  • Electronic waste is the fastest growing waste stream in the world. Yet, global recycling rates remain stuck between 5 to 15%.
  • We tend to focus on one greenhouse gas, carbon dioxide. We ignore the impact from the other highly potent greenhouse gases at our peril.
  • When we mine for the critical minerals needed to power electronics we release greenhouse gases, we destroy local habitats and pollute our planet. We could reclaim minerals from abandoned electronics (urban mining).
WHY GO BEYOND SCOPE 3?

Reduce emissions without biodiversity loss.

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Biodiversity loss & Pollution

Learn how your operations may contribute to biodiversity loss within a species, an ecosystem, or a given geographic area. Determine your share of the responsibility for reducing and cleaning up pollution.

One area of concern involves marine plankton. Found in lakes, oceans, steams, and rivers, plankton, are the foundation of many marine ecosystems. They produce almost half the oxygen we need to breathe.

Warmer oceans will affect plankton. 2023 will likely be the hottest year ever for our oceans due to air pollution from greenhouse gases. Studies suggest plankton will not migrate to colder waters but die off.

Pollution from chemicals, plastics and other waste further threaten plankton populations. We need innovative solutions to reduce pollution and protect vital ecosystems.

Why so much data?

Emissions are just one form of pollution.

Pollution kills ecosystems.

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The Data

Access and understand the varied and (sometimes complex) data coming from both your supply chain, and the ecosystems your supply chain touches.

Biodiversity. MobiCycle look for changes in indigenous vegetation, new construction of river dams, rehabilitated pit lakes, restored lakes, indigenous tree planting, the ratio of resident versus migratory bird species, wetland policies, remote and undeveloped areas, endemic, native vascular plant species.

Pollution. We also search for signs of marine and terrestrial ecotoxicity. Evidence may come in the form of fines due to a failure to install a double liner system, leachate collection and removal systems and leak detection system, run-on, run-off and wind dispersal controls, and construction quality assurance. We also follow reports on the prevalence of particulate matter (PM).

Scope 3. We identify the relevant data for Scope 3 emissions reporting for your electronics and electrical equipment. Examples include your supply chain's adherence to international multilateral agreements, the quantity of critical materials extracted, gases released during the manufacturing processes, and core climate data from the Net Zero Public Utility (NZDPU).

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