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Carbon Footprint - Carbon Footprint Calculator

Carbon Footprint - Carbon Footprint Calculator

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Viewing C02 Emissions in Google Earth C02 Forrug Tog Kontra Bil Danish National Railways have added a CO2 calculator to their travel planner so when searching for a trip passengers can compare the C02 emissions of the train journey with the equivalent journey undertaken by car. This Google Earth plugin tour follows the route of a train from København (Copenhagen leaving at 08:50 AM) to Aalborg in North Jutland. The tour shows all of the train's stops and an image overlay at each station shows the C02 emissions of the train (green) and a car (red). The tour is accompanied by a song called La Trilogie (Part 1). Since the Google Earth plugin does not fully support all the animation features of Google Earth the tour creator has also created a KMZ file.USA C02 Emissions from Fossil Fuel This Google Earth plugin map from the Vulcan Project shows U.S. fossil fuel CO2 emissions for 2002. Via: Mapperz

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Managing Partners' Forum - Campaigns - MPF Carbon Resource MPF Carbon Resource Bank The MPF Sustainability Leaders' Group is grateful to the CarbonNeutral Company for their assistance in providing a comprehensive collection of protocols, guidelines and other material to assist firms when managing their emissions. This MPF Carbon Resource Bank will be updated as new material becomes available. For further information, please contact the Carbon Trust AdviceLine at +44 (0)20 7170 7000, or Oliver Crouch of the CarbonNeutral Company on +44 (0)20 7833 6000. Carbon Management Planning Measure Set Targets Pew Centre Report - target setting Reduce Internally Reduce Externally Communicate Addressing consumer concerns about climate change Case Studies © 2014 Practice Management International LLP, 422 Salisbury House, London Wall, London EC2M 5QQ, UK Tel: +44 (0) 20 7786 9786 Fax: +44 (0) 20 7786 9799 Email: Privacy policy Welcome to CO2nnect! 22 Carbon Management Software Firms You Should Know Abo Yep, there are actually 22 firms selling software to help companies and governments manage their carbon footprints. And most of them are older, established companies (here’s our previous list of 10 Carbon Management Startups). Research firm Verdantix put together an extensive list of 22 carbon management software companies and ranked them in categories according to customer wins and features. Verdantix predicts that by 2011, the carbon management software industry will start to boom, rising from $120 million that year to $250 million in 2012, as companies realize that Microsoft Excel and utility bills — the most common way to calculate carbon footprints right now — are ineffective and difficult to use. By that time, I’d predict that the carbon management market will start to consolidate and some very clear leaders will move far ahead, and others will get bought up or will go under. Already, one company in Verdantix’s “Leaders” category bought up another one. Leaders: ProcessMAP: Ft.

Business and Climate Reports | Pew Center on Global Climate Chan The following reports focus on some of the key issues confronting businesses as they address the climate change challenge. The reports (all pdfs) were produced by companies, investment firms and other non-governmental organzations and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Center. The following reports are from other nongovernmental organizations and companies and are organized under seven categories: Corporate Governance Ceres: Corporate Governance and Climate Change: Consumer and Technology Companies (December 2008). This Ceres report is the first comprehensive assessment of how 63 of the world’s largest consumer and information technology companies are preparing themselves to face this colossal challenge. Ceres: Corporate Governance and Climate Change: The Banking Sector (January 2008). Ceres: Corporate Governance and Climate Change, Making the Connection (March 2006). Carbon Disclosure Project: CDP4 (2006). Back to top Corporate Strategies Insurance Finance Back to top Back to top

What is Kaya's equation ? The Kaya Equation last updated: February 2014 website of the author : - contact the author: Greenhouse gases emissions, wealth, energy intensity, population... There would be a link between all those figures, that a number of experts - physicists, economists, engineers, demographs - all appreciate to discuss in their own field ? All that follows derives from the simple fact - that generations of high school students surely remember ! Our first equation couldn't be more simple. So far, everyone should follow ! What is the point ? Indeed, the ratio (CO2/TOE) bears the name of "carbon content of energy": it is the amount of CO2 that we must let go in the atmosphere to get a given amount of energy for our activities. This figure already allows to see that, for a given energy consumption, CO2 emissions may vary a lot depending on the energy mix we decide to have (or are able to have...). Translated into English, we have now written:

Stanford Social Innovation Review : Opinion Blog : #4 Change Exa By Amy Sample Ward | Oct. 13, 2009 How can we and how are we using social media tools for social change? That’s the question that the monthly #4Change chats (that take place on Twitter) address, this month focusing on the Climate Change movement. This was a very lively conversation, filled with examples and experiences from people involved in climate change organizations and campaigns leveraging social media in their work. “Social media is all about moving people up the ladder of engagement” (@JeffM2001) and is designed “to inspire (and to have lasting effect)—build fields and bridges, not brands” (@tropology). So, what are the biggest lessons for using social media in a global movement? There were three main lessons or focus areas that emerged in the discussion. Lesson #1: Voice “Social media is a storytelling tool, it’s let voices effected by climate change be heard around the world” (@amysampleward). Lesson #2: Action Lesson #3: Local vs Global Examples of Social Media