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Setting Internal Price of Environmental Criteria, the Good Way to Transform Organization?

Abstract : In this communication, we present some lessons learned on the construction of an internal carbon price by businesses, based on the four-dimensional framework of the Carbon Disclosure Project. We illustrate the scheme with the example of a car manufacturer. Based on grey literature and the conclusions of exchanges with various companies, we discuss the different dimensions of the CDP framework within the scope of the automotive sector. We also analyze the various risk and success factors associated with the carbon pricing tool at organizational, tooling, business and cultural levels within a car manufacturer. We conclude that the carbon pricing tool requires many design choices and a reflection on the company’s objective regarding climate change mitigation
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Stéphane Morel, Nabila Iken, Franck Aggeri. Setting Internal Price of Environmental Criteria, the Good Way to Transform Organization?. Klos, Kalkowska, Kasprzak. Towards a sustainable future - Life Cycle Management. Challenges and Prospects, Springer, pp.183-195, 2022. ⟨hal-03651618⟩

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