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Carbon footprint by sector
How to calculate an event's carbon footprint? Deciphering and improving for a more responsible event
Every event, whatever its size, generates GHG emissions. But how can these events be made more responsible?
Agriculture is responsible for a significant proportion of greenhouse gas emissions. But how can this sector be decarbonized?
How can we effectively decarbonize the transport, digital, agriculture and construction sectors? Here are some ideas for action.
Decarbonizing the digital sector is a major challenge. But how can we achieve it? Here are a few concrete measures to help your company.
Why and how can you reduce the GHG emissions of your travel and transport operations and improve your Carbon Competitiveness®?
Emissions linked to transport are very significant and require concrete action to reduce them.
The tertiary sector covers a vast field of activities. It ranges from trade to administration, including transport, financial and real estate activities, business and personal services, education, health and social work.
Because of its different sectors of activity, the possibilities for reducing emissions are many and varied.
The secondary sector includes all activities consisting of a more or less elaborate transformation of raw materials (manufacturing industry, construction).
Industrial actors and their financiers are directly concerned by the anticipation of climate change and the construction of a low-carbon economy
The primary sector includes all activities whose purpose is to exploit natural resources: agriculture, fishing, forestry, mining, deposits. This sector is the first to be affected by global warming and could therefore benefit from the reduction of emissions, including its own. Agriculture and the agri-food industry are particularly vulnerable to the effects of climate change.
The GHG assessment is the identification and the precise quantification, complete and in accordance with the regulations, of the greenhouse gas emissions of a company or an organization, in order to find ways to reduce them.
To be effective, the carbon footprint must take into account the company's sector of activity.
Carry out your company's carbon inventory with the CGI platform
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