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- Go to BEIS
The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy is the UK Government agency that issues emission conversion factors for use by UK and international organisations to report on greenhouse gas emissions.
- Go to ecoinvent
ecoinvent is a Swiss not-for-profit association that provides a Life Cycle Inventory (LCI) database that supports various types of sustainability assessments. This data enables users to gain a deeper understanding of the environmental impacts of their products and services.
- Go to EPA
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is the United States government agency that provides regularly updated default emission factors for organisational greenhouse gas reporting in the United States.
- Go to EXIOBASE
EXIOBASE is a global, detailed Multi-Regional Environmentally Extended Supply-Use Table (MR-SUT) and Input-Output Table (MR-IOT). It was developed by harmonising and detailing supply-use tables for a large number of countries, estimating emissions and resource extractions by industry. Subsequently, the country supply-use tables were linked via trade creating an MR-SUT and producing MR-IOTs from this. The MR-IOT can be used for the analysis of the environmental impacts associated with the final consumption of product groups.
- Go to GHG Protocol
The GHG Protocol is the de-facto standard-setting organisation for greenhouse-gas accounting. As well as producing guidance on estimating and categorising emissions, it also provides a set of the most commonly-used emission factors including energy consumption, transportation, waste management, and industrial processes.
- Go to GLEC
The Global Logistics Emissions Council (GLEC) is a partnership between industry, government, and non-governmental organisations that aims to develop and promote a standardised approach for measuring and reporting greenhouse gas emissions from logistics supply chain activities, including freight transport by road, rail, air, and sea.
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- Go to Electricity supplied from grid
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- Go to Flight outside UK - with RF effect
Flight outside UK - with RF effectTransport Transport4 Factors4 Factor
- Go to AWS (eu-west-2) CPU
AWS (eu-west-2) CPUInformation and Communication Information and Communication2 Factors2 Factor
- Go to Rail (freight)
Rail (freight)Transport Transport12 Factors12 Factor
- Go to Textiles
TextilesConsumer Goods and Services Consumer Goods and Services49 Factors49 Factor
- Go to Hotel and restaurant (services)
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