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Some of our net zero superstars

We are proud to say that CarbonView has been implemented at hundreds of sites by clients large and small including Macquarie Group and Bayer Pharmaceuticals in Australia as well as David Brown Group in the UK. We have pricing plans to suit any type of business. .

Carbonview is straightforward to use and flexible in customising the dashboard to suit Jurlique’s particular requirements...without Carbonview software Jurlique would not be able to track progress effectively.

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Yoshie Obara - Jurlique International

CarbonView and Simble have provided us with insight into effective management of equipment such as air compressors, monitoring our energy usage and tracking our overall carbon footprint. CarbonView is simple to use and is great for reporting to all levels.

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Anna Grimshaw EHS Officer, DB Santasalo
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CarbonView Case Studies

Read about some successful sustainability projects using CarbonView

Case study: DB Santasalo

DB Santasalo is a global manufacturing client headquartered in the UK. CarbonView was implemented in 2021 as the standardised carbon reporting platform with multi-country rollout

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Case study: Jurlique

The team at Jurlique International has used CarbonView for over 10 years to monitor the environmental impact of their factory, head office and warehouse, with

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For further information about the industry and the latest news from CarbonView.

ESG – a brief history of its development – Part 1

The acronym ESG is short for environmental, social and governance. ESG is a process of quantifying an organisation’s commitment to social and environmental factors. It uses specific metrics related to the intangible assets of an organisation that are applied to tabulate a score of the level of this commitment. That is, a corporate social credit score. The […]

More on Article 6

In the last blog, we noted one of the outcomes of COP26 was the Article 6 agreement to a set of unified and internationally-controlled standards including provisions to avoid situations where the same emissions reductions are claimed by multiple companies or countries. The focus of the agreement relates to Articles 6.2, 6.4 and 6.8. Article […]

What is this Article 6 they keep talking about?

Article 6 is one of 29 Articles included in the Paris Agreement. The Paris Agreement is a legally binding international treaty (or binding agreement) on climate change. It was adopted by 196 Parties at COP 21 in Paris on 12 December 2015 and entered into force on 4 November 2016. The Parties are individual countries and […]

What is owed by rich countries?

The underlying structure of the 2001 Kyoto Protocol was formulated on a simple tenet: developed countries were the ones that upset the dynamic equilibrium of the earth’s carbon cycle with their access and use of fossil fuels to get rich, so why shouldn’t developing countries have that same benefit? With this in mind, the Clean […]

Here’s the problem!

COP26 ended with a number of new pledges and targets made. We touched on some of these in our last blog and they included a phase-down of coal and the Global Methane Pledge. Other pledged-based programs adopted included the Global Action Agenda on Transforming Agricultural Innovation and the Zero Emission Vehicles Transition Council: 2022 Action […]

COP26 review – Are we any closer to solving the climate change crisis?

After a series of tense huddles, more than 24 hours into overtime, the gavel went down on a climate deal in Glasgow, UK at 7:41pm on Saturday. World leaders adopted the Glasgow Climate Pact, a package of decisions as the outcome of Conference of the Parties number 26 (COP26). Before COP26, the planet was on […]

Net zero – what’s in it for me?

This series of blogs is designed as a trip through the net zero process, assisting you to understand how the process can increase the profitability of your SME with reduced overheads and enhanced corporate image.The series is dynamic, bringing you up-to-date information and the latest news in all aspects of carbon accounting, carbon reductions and […]

Case study: DB Santasalo

DB Santasalo is a global manufacturing client headquartered in the UK. CarbonView was implemented in 2021 as the standardised carbon reporting platform with multi-country rollout across all sites including the UK, US, China, Russia, Germany and Australia. DB Santasalo’s goal is to analyse and reduce their environmental impact throughout the supply chain. CarbonView has provided […]

Reducing carbon emissions

The first port-of-call in a discussion about reducing emissions is to have an understanding of the classification of carbon emissions. They are graded into scopes. Namely, scope 1, scope 2 and scope 3. Scope 1 emissions are those emissions over which you have direct control in your operation. They include things like emissions from the […]

Case study: Jurlique

The team at Jurlique International has used CarbonView for over 10 years to monitor the environmental impact of their factory, head office and warehouse, with the aim to analyse and reduce their environmental impact through the entire value chain. The company has set a target of 40% reduction of Scope 1&2 emissions by the end […]

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