Carbon footprint tracking and management
Track, manage, and report your business CO2 emissions
Track employee travel emissions
Manage and report your carbon footprint
Help reach carbon neutral goals
Tracking your company's carbon footprint on travel
With Webexpenses' Carbon Footprint Tracking feature, businesses can calculate and keep track of travel emissions. This includes travel by car, train, air, and more.
Environmental awareness has become increasingly important over the last decade, and more businesses are attempting to understand the environmental impact of their actions.
As a result, businesses have implemented carbon emission tracking into their sustainability strategy. By tracking travel emissions, businesses can set goals and analyse their carbon footprint effectively.
What is a carbon footprint?
Your carbon footprint is the total amount of greenhouse gas emissions (including carbon dioxide and methane) released into the atmosphere as a result of your individual actions and energy consumption.
The global average carbon footprint is 4 tons per individual per year, but experts recommend aiming to reduce the average global carbon footprint to under 2 tons per year by 2050. The transportation sector generates the most carbon emissions from burning fossil fuel for our cars, trucks, ships, trains, and planes.
How Webexpenses can help you become carbon neutral?
Business travel is essential for many companies, but there are ways it can be managed to help protect the atmosphere and slow down climate change.
Webexpenses' Carbon Footprint Tracker offers a simple way of tracking travel emissions. Once set up, claimants will see their carbon footprint for each mileage claim. This data can then be used in a bespoke report, allowing your business to gain further insight and contribute towards your goal of becoming carbon neutral.
How it works
- To get started, contact your Account Manager switch on the Carbon Footprint Tracking feature
- Once switched on, users will see their total Co2 emissions based on the mode of transportation, vehicle type, and distance travelled
- Finance teams can report on this data to analyse how Co2 emissions are performing