Measure and reduce your carbon footprint
Kick-start your sustainability initiatives.
Measuring and reducing your organisation’s Carbon Footprint is the first step on any sustainability journey. Your footprint is directly linked to your business activities and the amount of emissions they release.
By understanding how your business operations are affecting the environment, you can make better decisions to prepare for the low-carbon future.
Carbon Footprint Assessment
You can’t manage what you don’t measure.
The first stage of any emission reduction initiative is to measure your Greenhouse Gas inventory baseline, or Carbon Footprint. Our emission inventory analysis will improve your understanding of the businesses emission intense activities and facilities so they can be targeted for improvement.
- Track and measure greenhouse gas emissions across operations, facilities, and locations
- Calculate the businesses carbon footprint in tons of CO2-E
- Receive analysis and insights to drive actions and reduce emissions
Get your business ready for the low carbon economy.
Committing to Net Zero emissions is one thing, but achieving it is another. A decarbonisation roadmap shows stakeholders that your business has planned for the future and is able to transition to a low-carbon business model.
- Identify low-carbon alternatives to current materials, processes, and business practices
- Plan a pathway to implement emission reduction initiatives
- Demonstrate to stakeholders that your business is ready to move forward with confidence
Experts in carbon accounting
“Despite what a lot of people think, reducing emissions can be really straight forward – but first we need to establish a baseline, or a carbon footprint. Once we understand where an organisation is emission intense, we can prescribe targeted initiatives and measure improvements. Everyone has a responsibility to minimise emissions, including businesses. With smart planning and an eye to the future we have the power to make better decisions today that ensure a sustainable tomorrow.”