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A type of offsetting that a company implements within its own value chain.

Insetting is a form of capturing GHG emissions by a company within its sphere of influence. Approximately 90% of companies' CO2 emissions result directly from the company's operations. Often companies do not own the manufacturing facilities they use, so the emissions of these facilities are usually not included in the emissions of the outsourcing company. Reviewing subcontractors and investing in, e.g., energy transformation and lowering the CO2 footprint of co-workers is one example of insetting.

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