Humanity must drastically and rapidly reduce its greenhouse gases emissions, to the point of reaching a neutral balance by the middle of the century, in order to have a chance to contain the rise in temperature to 2°C and limit the damages to Nature and humans.
We monitor over time greenhouse gases emissions reports published by public and private organizations, and compare them with their legal obligations and their own voluntary commitments.
Greenhouse gases, temperature rise, carbon budget and Paris Agreement ... why is this subject so important?View
Emission reports, regulatory obligations, Scope 1, 2 and 3, action plans ... how is this approach useful?View
More than 6,000 organizations must publish their carbon assessments regularly ... are they keeping up?Explore
Who are we?
We are a small collective whose main objective is to encourage public and private organizations to measure their greenhouse gases emissions, so that they are aware of their own impact on climate change and can take the necessary decisions to reduce it significantly, then verify the effects of these decisions and thus ensure that they follow a reduction path compatible with the international stakes.
To do this, we consolidate open data and format it to facilitate its communication to the public. Our GitHub repositories contain the full details on our processes for handling this data and we will be happy to answer your questions.