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CO2 foorprint

AEOLIKI provides CO2 footprint quantification services (based on ISO 14064-1 Standard)  to help individuals, businesses, and governments to calculate and reduce their carbon footprint. A carbon footprint is the total amount of greenhouse gases, mainly carbon dioxide (CO2), that are released into the atmosphere as a result of human activities such as driving a car, using electricity, and manufacturing products.

CO2 footprint services typically offer a range of solutions, such as:

  • Carbon footprint assessments: This involves calculating the carbon footprint of an individual, organization, or product, which helps to identify areas where emissions can be reduced.

  • Carbon offsetting: This involves investing in carbon reduction projects to offset the carbon emissions generated by an individual or organization.

  • Carbon management: This involves implementing strategies to reduce carbon emissions, such as reducing energy consumption, promoting sustainable transportation, and adopting eco-friendly practices.

  • Sustainability reporting: This involves tracking and reporting on an organization's sustainability performance, including their carbon footprint and other environmental metrics.

  • Overall, CO2 footprint services can help individuals and organizations take practical steps towards reducing their environmental impact and promoting sustainability


Quantification of CO2 footprint involves measuring and calculating the amount of greenhouse gases, specifically carbon dioxide (CO2), that are emitted into the atmosphere as a result of a particular activity or process.

The quantification process usually involves four main steps:

  • Identification of emission sources: This involves identifying all the sources of greenhouse gas emissions associated with a particular activity or process. For example, if we are quantifying the CO2 footprint of a product, we need to identify all the sources of emissions involved in its production, transportation, use, and disposal.

  • Data collection: This involves collecting data on the amount of greenhouse gases emitted from each identified source. This data can be obtained from various sources, such as energy bills, fuel consumption records, and emission factors.

  • Emission calculations: This involves calculating the total amount of greenhouse gas emissions associated with the activity or process. This is usually done using emission factors, which are factors that estimate the amount of greenhouse gas emissions produced per unit of activity or process.

  • Reporting: The final step involves reporting the CO2 footprint. The report should include a breakdown of emissions by source, the methodology used for the calculations, and recommendations for reducing emissions.

The quantification of CO2 footprint is an essential step towards reducing greenhouse gas emissions and mitigating the impacts of climate change. It allows individuals, businesses, and governments to identify the most significant sources of emissions and implement measures to reduce them.

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