Climatiq simplifies the process of calculating your environmental footprint. We help you understand your impact on the environment by converting your operational activity data into CO2e estimates. With our REST API, you can easily integrate Climatiq into your software and systems and automatically generate CO2e values using scientifically validated emission factors from the Climatiq database.
Make your first CO2e estimate with the Climatiq API.
Look through this guide to see how our API can be integrated into your product or application.
Guides covering a broad variety of topics, from explaining emission factors and life cycle assessments, to explaining how to upgrade data versions or getting the most out of specific endpoints.
Our API has a number of endpoints for searching and estimating emission factors, as well as specific purposes like calculating emissions from transport using different modes (opens in a new tab), or estimating activities classified under industry-specific classification schemes.
Determine what emission factors are available to be used in your estimates.
Calculate total estimated emissions produced for a particular activity.
Calculate emissions for shipping freight across different modalities, such as air, sea, and road.
Calculate the carbon footprint of the cloud resources you use.
Calculate emissions produced from travel by car, airplane, train, and hotel stays.
Automate emission calculations for any purchase with built-in logic for inflation adjustments, currency conversions, and automatic adjustments for tax, trade and transport margins.
Calculate emissions produced for a particular activity, as described by MCC, NACE, UNSPSC, or ISIC.
Calculate total estimated emissions produced for a particular activity in kgCO2e using a custom mapping.
Calculate estimated emissions associated with purchased / consumed energy (electricity, heat & steam, and fuel).
Calculate estimated carbon emissions and cost of carbon certificates for importing goods into the European Union under the new CBAM regulation.
Calculate estimated emissions based on unstructured input, such as receipts or purchase orders.
A collection of tutorials for using some of our advanced endpoints, and guides for understanding how emission factors are calculated.
If you are new to calculating carbon emissions, you might be overwhelmed by all the specific phrases - so get started by learning about the most important one: Emission Factors.
Spend-based emission calculations are a common way to estimate emissions for purchased goods and services (GHG Protocol Category 3.1) when detailed activity data is not available. Climatiq can make this easier - learn how.
It can be confusing to calculate fuel and energy related activites for your scope 3 reporting, but here you will find guidance.
What is CO2 equivalents(CO2e) and how are they calculated? Here we explain CO2e, constituent gases and the different calculation methods, such as AR4, AR5 and AR6.
Learn how Climatiq allows you to upload your own private emission factors and use them.
Calculating emissions for shipping across several different modalities, such as air, sea and road is a complex undertaking - use Climatiq's dedicated endpoint for quick estimations.
Climatiq's out-of-the-box mapping of leading industry classification schemes like ISIC, NACE, MCC, and UNSPSC enables you to quickly estimate your spend-based carbon emissions.
The API can be used with any programming language, but here are a few handy snippets to help you get started with Python.
See our emission factor database or try out our demo apps.