Start sustainability today with our carbon dashboard

Sustainability should be easy and accessible. To help you get started with your sustainable organisation we offer our free carbon footprint calculator with a carbon dashboard. This carbon calculator and dashboard are compliant with the GHG protocol.

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Making sustainability understandable

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Calculating your carbon impact with ease

Our dashboard helps you fill in the data. The units are given. We use this data to calculate your carbon footprint. The question mark button shows you extra information about the datapoint.

Get insight in your highest impact factors

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View impact per scope

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No need to remember a password with our login

Our login uses your email address. You get a link which logs you in to your dashboard. This eliminates the risk of forgetting your password and is safer to use than a regular login.

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Log changes in impact on a monthly basis

By constantly updating your data, you can get a better view of the impact of changes in your company on your carbon emissions.

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Create your own data visualisation

Are you ready to communicate your findings to the world? The carbon dashboard has a built-in data visualisation feature. Change the colours and add or remove text to create a perfect visual.

Calculate your emissions with the built-in calculator

Scope 1 takes all direct emissions from company assets into account. This concerns emissions released by your own building from heating, your fleet and production-related activities. Most of these emissions occur from combustion of natural gas, diesel, or petrol. Some production processes release GHG gases like methane into the atmosphere, or there are cooling or AC systems that leak refrigerants.

Scope 2 includes emissions from direct energy usage, but not emitted directly by company assets. The best example for scope 2 emissions is the generation of purchased electricity. The emissions do occur on the electricity production site. However, the energy use is direct and can be influenced by company decision-making. Other examples are direct heating or steam.

Scope 3 includes all other indirect emissions in the supply chain. Examples are the upstream emissions from the production and transportation of purchased materials, or business travel and employee commuting. Emissions that occur downstream such as from transport to users, the use phase and waste processing are also included. In total, there are fifteen scope 3 emission sources categorised in the GHG protocol.

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Usually, good things don't come free, but our carbon dashboard does!