Climate Report [DIN EN ISO 14064 – Carbon Footprint]
One important foundation for the global fight against climate change has long been laid (COP21 Paris Agreement, COP26 Glasgow) and climate protection has been placed at the center of political action.
The so-called carbon footprint represents a decisive and accepted standard, which presents the emissions balance transparently and enables the comparability of different companies.
A distinction is made between the Corporate Carbon Footprint (CCF) and the Product Carbon Footprint (PCF). In accordance with ISO 14064 and the guidelines of the Greenhouse Gas Protocol (GHG Protocol), the carbon footprint is divided into three scopes:
Emissions from sources directly owned or controlled by you (e.g., operation of your own boiler or vehicle fleet)
Emissions from the use of energy that you purchase (e.g. your own electricity consumption, heating, cooling, etc.). If your company generates the electrical energy itself, then this electricity is not accounted for as Scope 2, but the used fuel is accounted for under Scope 1 (direct) emissions.
Emissions resulting from activities that do not directly belong to your company (e.g., from business travel or waste management)
We determine the carbon footprint of your company for you.
- Coordination of the scope
- Calculation of the carbon footprint of your company
- Preparation of an analysis for internal and external communication
- Identification of the areas of the company that cause the most emissions
- Development of a roadmap for the reduction of CO2 emissions
- Identification of CO2 compensation options for unavoidable emissions
- Accompaniment and support on the way to climate neutrality
With regard to the creation of the carbon footprint as well as the creation of a transformation concept, there are possibilities for funding. We would be happy to advise you on this and apply for the relevant funding. More about this in section Subsidies.