There has never been a more important time for businesses to accurately calculate carbon emissions. There is no better time to be a part of the solution to climate change than NOW.
Why do you need to Measure the Carbon Emissions in your Business?
You’re likely aware about the pressing need for us, as business leaders and as a collective – to reduce our carbon emissions…
The planet is essentially over-heating because of our behaviors.
Our cumulative actions are leaving a potential trail of destruction behind.
The COP26 Agreement in 2021 will have huge implications for businesses throughout the UK and the rest of the world. World Leaders came together to establish regulatory frameworks to ensure the fight against climate change continued.
These frameworks will require some businesses to display a commitment to reach Net Zero by 2050.
During the Conference, the UK Government announced that it will be compulsory for all publicly listed companies and financial institutions to publish a net zero plan by 2023, detailing their strategies and commitments on how they aim to reach net zero by 2050.
The ripple effect of this will be that the above businesses will then be looking to their supply chains and ultimately choosing to do business with companies that are also committed to reducing their emissions.
This is a trend that is not going away. The world is acting NOW.
Research has also shown that customers are increasingly opting to choose businesses that take steps towards climate change.
Committing to Climate Change is no longer a choice, it’s a necessity for business success.
What is the Best Business solution for Climate Change?
The solution for climate change begins with accurate carbon calculations. After all, the first step in solving any problem starts with understanding the cause. There is no hard and fast solution to something that we’ve all been contributing to for decades. However, with some simple steps as a collective we can start to reverse these effects starting today. The Brand New CarbonCalc feature within MyExpenses instantly empowers you to make positive changes in your business and most importantly, begin your commitment to save our planet.
Introducing the Brand New CARBON CALC!
Whether your work travel requires daily driving on the motorway, a short taxi ride into town, a tube ride into in the capital or a flight overseas…
MYEXPENSES is the first Expense Solution that can automatically calculate the Carbon Emissions of all your business travel including Hotel Stays.
These Calculations will give you a clear picture of just how much impact you are having. Both as an individual, and as a collective in your company.
This innovative new feature allows you to easily report this detailed data. With that you begin to understand your carbon emissions output, both as an individual and as part of your team.
For example, you can view your individual emissions for the past week or you can view your whole teams’ emissions over the past month. You can even dive further into a specific journey to see how all of the different calculations were completed.
All the data is compiled automatically and can be viewed both in numbers or charts that add an extra layer of clarity to the figures. Understanding how our actions effect our planet will enable us all to make smarter choices moving forwards.
This small step is your opportunity to make a positive impact on the fight against Climate Change.
This Powerful Carbon Calculator uses up-to-date Government Data to accurately calculate all of your business travel.
As well as measuring and tracking your individual business carbon footprint, CarbonCalc also delivers the opportunity to measure your emissions in comparison with your organisation as whole. As a result, this allows you to take a bigger thinking approach to the your carbon emissions data.
These features are critical in helping you develop an effective Carbon Emissions strategy for your company.
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