Bip launches carbon footprint tool with Cogo
Digital credit service Bip has added a carbon footprint tool to its app, following a partnership between its parent company and Cogo.
Place-Based Carbon Calculator launch
Place-Based Carbon Calculator (www.carbon.place) is a free tool that maps the carbon footprint of every neighbourhood in England. It provides a resource for local government and community organisations to help them plan and enact the changes that are needed to meet net-zero goals and their own climate emergency declarations.
If you work in a financial institution and are interested in empowering your customers to measure. reduce and offset their impact on the climate, please get in touch. One of the Cogo team will be happy give you a demo.
AdGreen Carbon Calculator – Launch Webinar
Our very first calculator webinar! AdGreen’s Director Stephen Woodford introduces the tool, and Calculator Project Manager Sophie Broadbent walks you through it.
Find out more here: https://weareadgreen.org/carbon-calculator
Access the tool here: https://calc.weareadgreen.org
Thanks to our brilliant industry partners, Get Set Hire, Travlrr (part of the Clickon Group) and Good Energy – without their support it would be much harder to put on events like this!
TfS Product Carbon Footprint Guideline
Together for Sustainability launches a step-by-step guide to help chemical suppliers more precisely calculate the carbon footprint of their products – Product Carbon Footprint (PCF) – in a way that is harmonised across the industry. It’s called the PCF Guideline. The first of its kind for the chemical industry, the PCF Guideline offers specific guidance on PCF calculation requirements unique to the industry, building on commonly used international standards for Greenhouse Gas (GHG) accounting. This video provides more information on this PCF Guideline and the benefits for both suppliers and corporations.