To achieve the Paris Agreement goals of “keeping our planet’s global average temperature below 2°C compared to pre-industrial levels”, the current economic model must rapidly veer towards a zero carbon dioxide (CO₂)-emissions circular model by 2030.

This means, for companies in every sector, to significantly reduce the greenhouse gas emissions of their processes, products and services as soon as possible and to balance residual emissions that cannot be eliminated on an ongoing basis through offsetting operations.

The main tool for quantifying and reducing greenhouse gas emissions is the carbon footprint, which makes it possible to estimate the emissions associated with the life cycle of organization’s processes, products or services and to establish effective improvement strategies and objectives to achieve full carbon neutrality.

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