Calculate Your Carbon Footprint

Becoming a carbon neutral or carbon negative business doesn’t have to be difficult; calculating your business carbon footprint is the first step on this climate journey. 


Corporate greenhouse gas assessments performed by MyCarbon follow the standardised framework developed by the GHG Protocol. The GHG Protocol corporate standard is the most widely used greenhouse gas accounting framework which offers support and guidance for businesses globally.

The framework for our corporate greenhouse gas assessment is supported by principals and requirements listed in ISO 14064-1. Aligning with Sustainable Development Goals 9 & 13 - supporting climate action and industry, innovation & infrastructure - ISO 14064-1 provides a guide for quantification and reporting of greenhouse gas emissions and removals.


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Corporate Greenhouse Gas Inventory






PROCESS


What can you expect with MyCarbon's services?


Full support from an expert sustainability consultant for the entire process

The MyCarbon greenhouse gas data and sustainability data collection pack

A greenhouse gas report written in accordance with ISO 14064-1

A full detailed breakdown of your organisation’s carbon footprint and environmental impact with Hotspot Analysis.

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PRINCIPLES


What can MyCarbon promise your business?


Transparency Full disclosure of the methodology on how your carbon footprint was calculated.

Relevance The relevant greenhouse gas emissions and carbon footprint calculation methodologies will be utilised for the greenhouse gas report.

Accuracy All of MyCarbon’s emission factors required for calculating your carbon footprint are from peer reviewed sources. All uncertainties will be reduced as far as practical

Consistency All relevant greenhouse gas emissions will be included within the greenhouse gas report.

Completeness To enable meaningful comparisons in greenhouse gas related information. i.e. to be able to compare your carbon footprint on an annual basis.


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Product lifecycle assessments performed by MyCarbon follow the standardised framework developed by the GHG Protocol. The GHG Protocol corporate standard is the most widely used greenhouse gas accounting framework which offers support and guidance for businesses globally.

The framework for our product lifecycle assessment is supported by principals and requirements listed in ISO 14040 and ISO 14067. Aligning with Sustainable Development Goal 13 - supporting climate action - ISO 14040 provides the framework for carrying out a lifecycle assessment and ISO 14067 provides a guide for the quantification and reporting of a product's carbon footprint consistent with international standards.

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Life Cycle Assessment



PROCESS


What can you expect with MyCarbon's services?


Full support from an expert sustainability consultant for the entire process

Process mapping from start to finish for your product lifecycle

The MyCarbon greenhouse gas data and sustainability data collection pack

Calculation of greenhouse gas emissions for the entirety of your product lifecycle

A greenhouse gas report written in accordance with ISO 14064-1

A full detailed breakdown of your organisation’s carbon footprint and environmental impact with Hotspot Analysis

Reduce Your Emissions



PRINCIPLES

What can MyCarbon promise your business?


Precision Measure of the variability in the data values for each category.

Completeness Percentage of locations reporting primary data from the potential number in existence for each data category in a unit process.

Representativeness Qualitative assessment of the degree to which the dataset reflects the true population of interest.

Consistency Qualitative assessment of how uniformly the study methodology is applied to the various components of the analysis.

Reproducibility Qualitative assessment of the extent to which information about the methodology and data values allows an independent practitioner to reproduce the results reported in the study.

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