Activity data

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Activity data: A quantitative measure of a level of activity that results in GHG emissions. Activity data is multiplied by an emissions factor to derive the GHG emissions associated with a process or an operation. Examples of activity data include kilowatt-hours of electricity used, quantity of fuel used, output of a process, hours equipment is operated, distance traveled, and floor area of a building.

From: Scope 2 Guidance and Scope 3 Standard

The Corporate Standard, Scope 2 Guidance and Scope 3 Standard include separate glossaries defining the key terms used in each standard and guidance. This appendix includes excerpts from each of the glossaries defining the terms relevant to our publication. These key terms often overlap and may not be described precisely the same in the Corporate Standard, Scope 2 Guidance and Scope 3 Standard. The standard or guidance that describes the term differently is indicated with an asterisk(*).