Carbon Footprint Measurement & Management Tool
The only law firm specific carbon footprint calculation and management tool.
What It Can Do For Your Firm
ecoAnalyze's web-based carbon footprint calculating and reporting tool, ed3, enables a law firm to easily calculate its footprint to establish a benchmark and to measure future efforts to reduce its impact on the environment.
Use interactive charts and share carbon reduction results with employees via your intranet to drive behavioral change to reduce operating consumption of paper, electricity and unnecessary travel to save on costs.
It is a proven fact that implementing carbon reduction initiatives results in substantial cost savings. ed3 provides a 360° platform for assessing both carbon reduction and resulting cost savings.
ed3 enables you to easily obtain independent 3rd party verification that you have actually reduced your carbon footprint, and all the necessary information is right at your fingertips.
ed3 has been designed with you, the end user, in mind. There is virtually no cost to get started and it's easy to use with no formal training is required. When combined with no software installation costs, a very flexible contract and a pay as you go billing arrangement, there is no better carbon measurement tool on the market for law firms.
ed3 was not created out of CLEAN air; it was developed under the worldwide accepted guidelines established by The Greenhouse Protocol Initiative.
The Greenhouse Gas Protocol Initiative resulted from a decade-long partnership between the World Resources Institute and the World Business Counsel for Sustainable Development. The joint initiative's mission was to develop worldwide acceptable standards and guidelines to accurately measure the impact of carbon emissions on the environment. These guidelines have been accepted by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the premier authority on environmentally related accounting practices.
In 2006 these guidelines were accepted as the international authority for the measurement of greenhouse gas emissions and adopted by the Internationalization Organization for Standardization (ISO) as the basis for its ISO 14064-I Specification with Guidance at the Organization Level for Quantification and Reporting of Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Removals.
As such, these guidelines have been widely adopted as the international standard for corporate and organizational green house gas accounting and reporting. They have been utilized by governments, industry associations, businesses and organizations around the world, including many of your clients.