Your location is key.
On average, countries like the UK and USA produce more carbon emissions than others for the same activity. The location of your team is a key driver for your carbon footprint.
Different electricity sources, supply chain systems and behaviours contribute to these differences.
Type of business.
The type of product or service you create and offer is a key driver for your carbon footprint.
A 50-person hardware manufacturer will have a higher impact than a software provider of the same size due to the emissions created through transportation and manufacture of the hardware at all stages of the product life-cycle.
Your team is your most important asset. In the information age, they are the ones designing and building your products not assembly line machinery. To appropriately calculate your business' carbon footprint, you need to include emissions from your team.
Your first estimate.
We've combined your answers with environmental data points from thousands of other companies and governments to calculate your estimated carbon footprint.
Consequence can now help you turn this estimate into an accurate carbon footprint you can communicate to your customers, investors, and team with confidence.