Use the data you have. Don’t be blocked by the data you can’t get.
Automatic matching of emissions factors to your data with accuracy ratings.
Smart matching highlights duplicate data to avoid double counting.
Work out what data you should plug in to get a carbon footprint. The explorer turns your input into a set of useful answers that tell you whether or not a calculation can be completed or you need further data.
Connect your data without tedious formatting. Import a .csv file or just type the details. The more relevant the data the better naturally - this is intelligent but it isn’t magic. Use the Explorer to help or experiment.
Consequence reads your inputs and leverages AI to identify what each word, number or unit of measurement is and understand what it means. These are used together to understand what your activity is.
The activity is mapped to the correct emissions factor and calculation method, from our global database and a carbon footprint calculation completed!
In seconds, see the carbon footprint of any activity whether it’s for a product or service.
Powered by the Carbon Explorer, calculate the carbon footprint across your scope 1, 2 and 3 activities.
Combine all historical and current data to track across months, quarters and years.
Set near and long-term Net-Zero targets to superdrive your reduction efforts.
Utilise our portfolio of high quality offset projects from the world’s best project developers.
All the data points you need to report to the major global reporting frameworks.
Combine all carbon footprint data in one place, eliminating fragile spreadsheets.
Collaborate with and engage all internal and external stakeholders.
Protect your data and simplify workflows by giving your team access to the data relevant to them.
Fully transparent audit trail of changes and calculations completed for your assurance needs.
Our database includes the major sources of emissions factors like US EPA, UK Defra and many more.
Connect to your accounting, ERP and CRM systems & complete standardised report-ready outputs.