Carbon Accounting

Carbon accounting as a business opportunity – An overview of what carbon accounting means and what opportunities it offers businesses. 

GHG Protocol – Learn about the GHG protocol, the most widely used greenhouse gas accounting standard. 

Tools

Carbon calculator – A carbon calculator of your energy use and transportation habits by Tree Canada.

Business emissions calculator – A carbon footprint calculator for businesses by Carbonfund based on actual (or estimated) annual operation data.

Consultants

Reduce your carbon footprint – Find out about your business carbon footprint and learn how to set reachable objectives to reduce your environmental impact. 

Offsets

A climate positive workforce – Offset Earth helps you find a way to offset your travel by helping planting trees and funding climate projects. 

Green energy offsetting – Find ways to offset your energy use through Bull Frog Power solutions. 

Articles

Track your carbon footprint – Discover several tools to help you track your carbon footprint. 

What’s a carbon footprint – Learn more about what a carbon footprint is and why it matters. 

Business carbon footprint calculation – Discover how to calculate your business carbon footprint. 

Sustainable companies – These companies are committed to reducing their carbon footprint. 

Boost your sustainability – Here are four tips to help you boost your sustainability and reduce your business carbon footprint. 

Small businesses carbon footprint – Learn 25 ways for your small business to reduce its carbon footprint.

Carbon neutral company – Maple Leaf Foods becomes the first major food company in the world to be carbon neutral. 

Factsheet

Create a carbon footprint – This guide introduces the basic principles of creating a carbon footprint and the benefits of conducting it. 

Carbon neutrality – How to go carbon neutral with the use of carbon offsets to neutralize your emissions. 

Case Studies

Big businesses reducing their carbon footprint – Five big companies that reduced their carbon footprint. 

Shifting to ‘carbon neutral’ – Dozens of countries and companies are racing to reduce their emissions of carbon dioxide. 

Investment to lower carbon emissions – Sainsbury’s, one of the UK’s biggest grocery chains, to spend $1.3 billion to reach carbon neutrality in 2040. 

Microsoft’s ‘carbon negative’ pledge – Microsoft pledges to remove ‘all of the carbon” from the environment that it has emitted since 1975.