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GSES Carbon Dashboard

Quantify and Verify Your Carbon Footprint Using GSES Carbon Dashboard

What is the GSES carbon dashboard

The Carbon Dashboard is a tool designed to monitor and manage CO2 emissions. It comprehensively assesses an organisation’s emissions across scopes 1, 2, and 3, providing a clear overview of achieved targets and areas for enhancement. This enables organisations to grasp their carbon footprint, considering distinct emission sources such as heating and travel. To enhance the comprehensibility of CO2 figures, we undertake a comparative approach, juxtaposing the company’s footprint against diverse benchmarks. Examples include equating the footprint to the number of intercontinental flights or the quantity of trees required for offsetting.

This dashboard further illustrates the volume of CO2 reductions, the level of offsetting, and whether the organisation attains energy neutrality. Moreover, the dashboard plays a pivotal role in facilitating the validation of the CO2 footprint, indicating if this verification process has been completed.

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GSES Carbon Dashboard

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Total Per Employee
Electricity 100100 Kg CO2e
Heating 300100 Kg CO2e
Commute 10.000 Kg CO2e
Travel 10.000 Kg CO2e
Office Supply 100.000 Kg CO2e

4000 Ton

Total CO2e Reduced


Total Spent Offsetting

X No

Total Energy Neutral

X No


The total footprint of this organization
6000 tons of CO2e
36414 Short flights (< 700 km)
5202 Intercontinental flights (>2500 km)

Carbon Footprint – Corporate Emissions

Aligned & Compatible with: Green Deal: ISO 14064-1, ISO 50001, Greenhouse Gas Protocol (GHG)

*Actual dashboard may slightly differ from what is depicted.

CO2 compensation & Offsetting progams

How does it work?

GSES Carbon Dashboard utilises the GHG Protocol Corporate Standard methodology to effectively monitor and report an organisation’s CO2 emissions.

The GHG Protocol Corporate Accounting and Reporting Standard: this standard serves as a comprehensive framework, outlining requisites and guidance for companies and other entities in formulating a corporate-level inventory of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. This standard encompasses the meticulous accounting and reporting of seven key greenhouse gases, as specified by the Kyoto Protocol: carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4), nitrous oxide (N2O), hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), perfluorocarbons (PFCs), sulphur hexafluoride (SF6), and nitrogen trifluoride (NF3).

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