Due to the rising cost of energy and market requirements, carbon footprint represents the overall impact of a company or a community in relation to greenhouse gas emissions.
In the context of remediation of global warming, companies and authorities will need to identify the measurement techniques and the development of scenarios to reduce their footprint. An international consensus exists on the need to make an assessment of the carbon footprint of activities in general. It is based on a complex calculation method based on life cycle analysis of products with visions scientifically and technically sound.
The international standard ISO 14064:
Phase 1: Recognition of direct emissions (outputs fireplace)
Phase 2: Recognition of emissions necessary for the production, management and buildings (heating, ventilation ...)
Phase 3: Internalization of energy flows from subcontractors, suppliers, staff, distribution see used by customers
Based on the double Futurepast expertise and Johanson International:
Establishing a system of calculating for carbon footprint to enable our clients to communicate on efforts to control and reduce the carbon footprint they make.
Definition of a carbon strategy
Verification Phase I and II
Quantification method of Phases III under existing and future flow
This assessment approach is the only GHG worldwide to be recognized as a credible, scientifically and technically valid for an assessment of the reduction of Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions. This can help if the volumes are sufficient to return the rights of carbon markets, even an exchange of good practice of acquiring carbon own investments.