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Tom Andresen Gosselin

Tom Andresen Gosselin is Schellman’s ESG & Sustainability Practice Director and is responsible for ESG Assessment, Assurance, and Certification Services in all regions. Tom is an experienced assurance practitioner, having acted as Lead Verifier of sustainability reports across five continents for some of the world’s most recognizable brands. He has also developed innovative assurance protocols addressing global environmental challenges such as ocean-harvested plastics and circularity, cattle ranching and deforestation in the Amazon, and human rights in coltan mining. Tom has worked continuously in ESG for over 25 years and in 4 countries but has settled down in Atlanta with his 2 sons and a dog.

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ESG | GHG Verification

By: Tom Andresen Gosselin
February 13th, 2024

More and more, organizations are turning a keener eye toward ESG initiatives. Though the Social Governance pillars are no less important, it’s the Environmental cornerstone of ESG that is commanding more scrutiny—more specifically, greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

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ESG

By: Tom Andresen Gosselin
November 21st, 2023

With the escalation of climate and various environmental, social, and governance (ESG)-related risks, organizations are now actively setting bold sustainability objectives, and in recognition of the related concerns in their supply chains over which they lack control, companies are also asking for cooperation from their vendors in addressing their emissions to further minimize their environmental impact.

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ESG

By: Tom Andresen Gosselin
October 16th, 2023

Unlike Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions—which are the direct and purchased energy emissions of a corporation, respectively—Scope 3 emissions are indirect emissions generated from activities of assets not owned or controlled by the reporting organization.

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ESG

By: Tom Andresen Gosselin
September 26th, 2023

A new landmark in corporate climate change legislation, California Senate Bill (SB) 253, the Climate Corporate Accountability Act, has just been passed in the California Senate, and—now that it's been signed into law by the governor—it will mandate that the applicable companies report their direct greenhouse gas emissions as well as those generated by their utilities.

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