Carbon footprint counting

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Calculating a carbon footprint involves carefully analyzing the life cycle of a product or service and determining how much greenhouse gas is produced at each stage of production: from the cradle to the grave.

Carbon footprint calculations are performed by greenhouse gas specialists and include Scope 1, Scope 2, and Scope 3 emissions.

There are several standards according to which these calculations should be performed. The specialists choose them depending on the product or service whose carbon footprint is calculated. Carbon footprint calculations for products, services, organizations, entities, events, sites and units can be carried out.

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