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diginexCLIMATE

diginexCLIMATE

This section covers all information on diginexCLIMATE, our carbon emissions calculator.

1. Accessing diginexCLIMATE

diginexCLIMATE is our carbon emissions calculator which covers the GHG Scopes 1, 2 and 3.

The calculator is currently integrated into the reporting journey, so all you need to do is access a report that contains disclosures which could use the calculator. For example, let’s look at this one:

Here we can see in GRI disclosure 305-1-a, we’re being prompted for our carbon emissions in metric tons of CO2. By clicking on the actions menu at the right of this field, we can access the calculator.

2. Using the Calculator

This summons the calculator in Scope 1 mode, as per the disclosure requirements.

This allows you to input fuel consumption data to convert to a carbon footprint. Doing so is easy, just click on Add Fuel and fill in the on-screen fields regarding fuel type, amounts and units and save to aggregate the numbers for your footprint output.

Once you’re done, you can press back, and the final figure will be populated in your report. If you’d like to see it in action further, we can go to GRI 305-3 to view Scope 3.

Here we see it with flights, vehicles, and public transport, each their specific parameters. Flights allow you to define passengers, flight type, and input airport abbreviations to get specific, as well as adding layovers for the trip.

Vehicles allows you to get very specific with car makes and models, currently having data on over 5000 models and engines to bring accuracy to the emissions factors. You enter your origins and destinations, or an estimated distance travelled to crunch the numbers.

Finally, public transport is less specific in terms of makes and models, but you can define a general transport type, such as train or bus, and then follow a similar approach for vehicles, to get a combined carbon footprint that gets populated into your report when you are done.