Carbon footprint calculation software is a program that helps companies and organizations calculate their carbon emissions. It uses algorithms to measure an organization's emissions from their daily activities, such as transportation, purchasing habits, heating and cooling, and electricity use. With the software, organizations and individuals can gain insight into their carbon emission profile and take steps to reduce their environmental impact.
The CO2 Footprint Calculator for Companies
The software for creating a climate footprint according to DIN EN ISO 14064-1 and the Greenhouse Gas Protocol (GHG) Corporate Accounting Standard
C L I M A T E S T A R T V. 3. 0.
Certified, Scalable, Easy to Use.
Climate Start is software that provides a complete lifecycle carbon footprint analysis of your business operations. The software allows you to calculate your Scope 1,2,3 emissions, including energy consumption and logistics, as well as Scope 3 administrative emissions, such as purchased goods and services, water and waste from your office buildings and business travel.
ISO & GHG Certified
- DIN EN ISO 14064-1
- Greenhouse Gas Protocol (GHG)
- For the Scopes 1, 2 & 3
- Corporate Value Chain (Scope 3)
- Breakdown Kyoto greenhouse gases
- Quantification approaches
Small to large enterprises
- Adaptation to company size
- Unlimited number of sites
- Multiple users
- Administration overview
Easy to use
- Real-time calculation
- Intelligent workflows
- Each user sees their own interface
- Collaboration features
- Data visualization and dashboards
- KPI's for Management
- Benchmarking & Goal Setting
- Branch Analysis
- Comparison Functions
- Excel Export
- CSR Report Integration
ISO 14064-1 & GHG Protocol Certified
DIN EN ISO 14064-1 & Greenhouse Gas Protocol „A Corporate Accounting and Reporting Standard“
Climate Start meets all requirements for the accounting system and determination of greenhouse gas relevant information according to DIN EN ISO 14064-1 & the Greenhouse Gas Protocol "A Corporate Accounting and Reporting Standard" for the calculation of a complete Corporate Carbon Footprint for Scopes 1, 2 and 3.Request Demo Account
Scopes 1, 2 und 3
Complete 15 GHG protocol areas and emissions across the value chain upstream and downstream activities.
Calculate your company's carbon footprint across Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions to bring carbon transparency to your entire operation, including your supply chain and materials. materials.
Analyze Your Logistics CO2 Footprint
Land, sea, rail and air
Measure your logistics carbon footprint for all relevant logistics, including sea, air, land, rail and visualize your data in an interactive dashboard. All carbon calculations are fully DIN ISO compliant.
Compare Your Footprints.
What has changed? Keep the overview!
Compare your carbon footprint with those of previous years to document your development.Request Demo Account
We listened to you and adapted the software to your needs.
With our several hundred multinational to small clients, we have learned what is important. Our work results are your input for your sustainability management.
Waste Stream Analysis
Environmental impact statements
Renewable energy targets
Supply chain optimization
Sustainable production and consumption
Sustainable supply chain strategies
Sustainable logistics and transportation
Corporate sustainability policies
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Probably the best software for your company's carbon footprint.
Why Climate Extender?
There are many good reasons for working with us.
DIN EN ISO 14064-1
Climate Start meets all requirements for accounting systems and determining greenhouse gas-relevant information.
Initial consultation free of charge
Frank Huschka, with his more than 20 years of energy sector experience, will personally provide you with advice during the first consultation.
Based on recognised standards
The GHG Protocol Standard defines the specifications and instructions for determining the greenhouse gas emissions for companies and other organisations.
The Quality label
You can use the quality label for climate neutrality and sustainability by presenting it on your website, on your emails, letterheads, business cards, etc.
You choose which of the SDGs (UN Sustainable Development Goals) are a high priority. We will provide a customized certificate showing your personal selection with the relevant symbols.
Choice of 1400 climate protection projects in 80 countries available
The Climate Extender certificate with quality label is a product based on the Gold Standard.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is carbon footprint calculation software?
Why do organisations and companies need to calculate their carbon footprint?
Organizations and companies need to calculate their carbon footprint in order to better understand the environmental impacts of their activities, so that they can take action to reduce their environmental impact. It also allows them to demonstrate their commitment to sustainability initiatives and set realistic carbon reduction goals.
Why a carbon footprint calculation software need a certification?
A carbon footprint calculation software needs a certification to ensure that it has been tested and verified to be accurate, reliable, and up-to-date with the latest information related to carbon emissions. Certification also serves as a way to demonstrate the software's commitment to sustainability and environmental responsibility.
What is net zero target?
A net zero target is a goal set by an organization or government to achieve a balance between the amount of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions it produces and the amount it removes from the atmosphere. This is often referred to as "net zero emissions" or "carbon neutrality." Achieving a net zero target typically involves reducing emissions through energy efficiency, renewable energy, and other measures, and offsetting any remaining emissions by investing in carbon removal projects or other offsetting mechanisms. Net zero targets have become increasingly popular in recent years as a way to address the urgent need to reduce global GHG emissions and limit the impacts of climate change. Many countries, cities, and companies have set net zero targets, with some aiming to achieve them as early as 2030 or 2040.
What is GHG Protocol?
The GHG Protocol is a widely-used standard for measuring and managing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. It provides a framework and guidelines for organizations to measure and report their emissions, and helps them develop strategies to reduce their carbon footprint. The GHG Protocol was developed by the World Resources Institute (WRI) and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) and is used by businesses, governments, and other organizations around the world. The protocol covers three scopes of emissions: Scope 1 (direct emissions from owned or controlled sources), Scope 2 (indirect emissions from purchased electricity, heat, and steam), and Scope 3 (indirect emissions from the value chain, including suppliers, customers, and transportation).
What is Kyoto Protocol?
The Kyoto Protocol is an international treaty signed in 1997 to address global climate change. It was adopted in Kyoto, Japan, and entered into force in 2005. The main goal of the protocol is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from industrialized countries, which are primarily responsible for global warming. The protocol sets binding targets for these countries to reduce their emissions by a certain percentage below their 1990 levels. The protocol also establishes a system of emissions trading that allows countries to buy and sell emissions credits in order to meet their targets. The Kyoto Protocol is considered a landmark agreement in the global effort to address climate change, although it has been criticized for its limited scope and effectiveness in reducing emissions.
What are the key elements of footprint calculation software?
The key elements of footprint calculation software include: 1. Data Collection & Management 2. Footprint Assessment & Reporting 3. Excel Modeling 4. Cost Analysis 5. Carbon Accounting 6. Supply Chain Optimization 7. Environmental Externality Measurement 8. Regulatory Compliance 9. Benchmarking & Target Setting 10. Risk Analysis 11. Data Visualization & Dashboards 12. Cloud Hosted Applications 13. Multi-channel Interoperability 14. Carbon Offset Tracking & Management 15. Disclosures & Transparency 16. International Accounting Protocols 17. Creative Metrics & Tools 18. Corporate Sustainability Policies 19. Waste Stream Analysis 20. Project Control & Management 21. Product Lifecycle Analysis 22. Environmental Impact Statements 23. Resource Management 24. Industrial Ecology Modeling 25. Renewable Energy Strategies 26. Sustainable Production & Consumption 27. Sustainable Supply Chain Strategies 28. Sustainable Logistics & Transportation 29. Renewable Energy Certifications 30. Greenhouse Gas Quantification & Reporting