New Carbon Reporting Tools Hit Market
A wave of new carbon reporting tools have hit the market recently, BusinessGreen blog reports.
IBM unveiled an extension to its Zodiac service providing customers with a new toolset for measuring the carbon emissions associated with their data centers – the new functionality forms part of IBM’s recently announced Big Green initiative.
Expense management software specialist Systems@Work has added a similar carbon reporting module to its expense and billing software capable of automatically calculating employees’ carbon emissions based on their travel expenses.
Supply Chain Consulting launched its new CarbonView suite which integrates together all the various databases used to manage a firm’s extended supply chain and can calculate the carbon and broader environmental footprint from each stage of the supply chain.
Microsoft is working with the Clinton Foundation to develop tools that will let cities monitor, compare and reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.
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