A full life cycle approach shows more than 300% of difference in carbon intensity between automakers

by carbometrix

Carbometrix helps financial institutions assess and reduce the carbon footprint of the companies they finance ; their solution delivers the full carbon footprint of any company, including scope 3, a benchmark, a climate trajectory compliant with a 1.5 degree scenario and personalized decarbonation levers.Their approach is based on industry research. They focus on material emissions, they source alternative data, and align methodologies and assumptions for all players to compare companies. Recently they focused on the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and carbon performance of the 48
largest global auto manufacturers worldwide, representing 99% of passenger cars sales.


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