Carbon accounting

Carbon accounting is the process of measuring, tracking, and reporting an organization's greenhouse gas emissions. This typically includes calculating the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) and other greenhouse gases that are emitted from the organization's activities, such as energy use, transportation, and waste management.

The concept of carbon accounting is based on the idea that organizations should be accountable for the carbon emissions they produce, and that reducing these emissions is critical for mitigating climate change. By accurately measuring and reporting emissions, organisations can identify areas where they can reduce their carbon footprint and make more sustainable choices.

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