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How is the carbon footprint calculated?
To calculate a company's carbon footprint, as defined by the GHG Protocol, GHG emissions are first divided into 3 categories: Scope 1; Scope 2; Scope 3. GHG emissions are then calculated by multiplying the primary data (electricity consumption, gas consumption, vehicle fuel...) with an emission factor, which is a parameter that indicates how much CO₂ eq. is emitted per unit of primary data.If calculatingCO2 emissions sounds complicated to you, fear not, our calculator has precisely the Scope of making each step simple and intuitive.
How does our carbon footprint calculator work?
With our carbon footprint calculator you calculate your company's Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions. Together with our team, we support you in collecting the data needed for the calculation and entering it into the platform. The calculator is designed to be used by companies from all sectors, and it is possible to calculate the carbon footprint of multiple company locations and periods.
What is the GHG Protocol?
It is a globally recognized standard for measuring and managing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions of companies and their value chains, as well as for emission reduction measures. It is the most widely used for the calculation and reporting of emissions by companies and institutions.
What are the issues of Scope 1, 2?
Scope 1 emissions are direct GHG emissions that result from sources owned or controlled by an organization. These emissions are generated from the use of fossil fuels and the release of greenhouse gases defined by the Kyoto Protocol into the atmosphere. Some sources of these emissions are, for example, boilers, emergency generators, and company cars.Scope 2 emissions are indirect emissions from the generation of electricity, heat, and steam purchased and consumed by the organization. These emissions are considered indirect because the company is responsible for the use of the energy, but not for the emissions generated by the supplier to produce it.
What are the emissions of Scope 3?
Scope 3 emissions are indirect GHG emissions, excluding those from electricity, heat and steam: this category encompasses emission sources that are not under direct corporate control, but whose emissions are indirectly related to the company's operations. They include emissions upstream and downstream in the value chain, such as emissions from suppliers and customers.
Why should I calculate my company's carbon footprint now and not wait for the state to dictate it?
If you want, you can wait, but sustainability directives are becoming more frequent, and month by month more and more companies are being restricted. Also, keep in mind that:
- you are not using the competitive advantage of being one of the few companies today that are committed to the environment. There is evidence that customers and investors today are much more sensitive to sustainability issues and choose companies that are pioneers in this regard;
- you can access tax and financial benefits that may no longer be guaranteed when carbon neutrality becomes the norm.In short, don't wait for change! Start enjoying the benefits now.