Sustainability is at the core of everything we do at Kazidomi. Our company's mission is to accelerate the transition towards better, more sensible ways of consumption by respecting people's health and the planet at the same time. We are constantly looking for new ways to make our operations and offering as positive as possible for the environment. With that in mind, working with Tapio to reduce our carbon footprint and compensate our emissions was a no brainer.
Alain Etienne, Co-Founder at Kazidomi.
Tackling climate change is an everyday battle that might seem overwhelming. However, this ambitious goal becomes the most likely scenario once businesses work together in the same direction.
Once Kazidomi measured their greenhouse emissions and understood their actual impact as a whole, designing an action plan was just as straightforward. The next step was to set ambitious targets to reduce their footprint and connect with the right partners to make it possible. Now Kazidomi is taking part in cutting the world's emissions to zero.
Every positive action counts, no matter how little. However, climate change needs to be confronted collectively, as many other global challenges humanity has faced in the past. Embracing this approach, the opportunity to involve team members within their company to analyse its impact is priceless. The decision-makers will take climate action by being part of the impact team.
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Human activities since the industrial revolution have led to the appearance of new sources of GHGs. Tapio’s all-in-one carbon management solution allows you to estimate the amount of industrial emissions (aka. anthropogenic greenhouse gases) emitted by the activities of your company or organisation.
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The first step to compute a carbon report is to target and characterize the possible sources of GHGs emission from the organization. To do so, must be fixed beforehand by the reporting company.
Then, the breakdown of total carbon emissions by scope helps Kazidomi highlight the different hotspots that drive its carbon emissions. To address a problem, you need to be able to understand and measure it.
Carbon Accounting Boundaries - Kazidomi has decided to commit to the ecological transition by assessing its greenhouse gas emissions globally. Kazidomi decided to act first on its direct emissions and its emissions related to the purchased and used electricity (emissions of scope 1 and 2) as well as on a part of scope 3, indirect emissions for which it is not responsible related to the transportation of goods, mobility and goods that it immobilizes. Emissions from category 9 (upstream capital goods) linked to the production of goods by its suppliers (mainly food) have not been considered here as a lever for reduction or contribution. They are therefore not taken into account in the report. The objective in the future is to push Kazidomi's commitment even further by involving its suppliers in its actions to reduce and contribute to projects that are capturing greenhouse gas emissions. Lastly, the significant uncertainty on the total emissions is due to the uncertainty related to the freight transport emission factor provided by ADEME.
1 journey Brussels - Paris
by train (263km)
0,0088 kg CO₂ e / km*passenger
2,3 kg CO₂e
t CO₂ Emission per driver
t CO₂ e
The evolution is calculated on the previous year, based on total emissions.
Following the GHG Protocol, carbon emissions are divided into 3 main scopes, depending on their sources.
Scope 1 takes into account direct emissions from sources owned or controlled by the organization, while in scope 2, we found only indirect emissions associated with the production of electricity, heat or steam. Scope 3, on the other hand, represents indirect emissions produced by the company’s activities that are not accounted for in Scope 2 but are related to their whole value chain, like in the case of business travel, or commuting.
Scope 1 : 0 %
Scope 2 : 0 %
Scope 3 : 0 %
Be able to analyse the top 5 most significant sources of emissions, sorted by category/driver, enabled Tapio to understand exactly what drives its carbon emissions and where is necessary to act.
Use the arrows below to learn more about them.
Having an absolute number is complex and most of the time, meaningless. One good way to know where you stand and the way you are headed is to understand your carbon footprint in terms of intensity per employee allowing to track improvements over time even if the company grows.
For Kazidomi, the intensity related to several metrics can be found below.
T CO2 e per Employee
Going a step further in terms of comparison is useful to understand what Kazidomi’s total amount of carbon emissions represents in day-to-day, tangible situations. Knowing how many long haul flights or how many burgers Kazidomi’s carbon emissions are equal to is another good way to understand its footprint. If you're curious about what a ton of CO₂ represents, read more about it on our blog.
Times the amount of CO2 absorbed by a tree in one year
Round trip flights Brussels - New York
Round-the-world trips in fossil fuel cars
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After having measured their greenhouse gas emissions and analysed these results, Kazidomi understood their environmental impact as a whole. To transform hope into action, they needed a reduction plan. By setting ambitious targets to reduce their carbon footprint, Tapio will take part in limiting temperatures to 1.5°C.
Implementing sustainable solutions that will substantially reduce a company's carbon footprint is the first essential step; however, each climate journey is unique. To fulfil their climate ambitions, Kazidomi needed to compensate for their remaining carbon budget.
Your emissions vs carbon sequestrated in time
The Lacandon Forests for Life project reduces deforestation by controlling illegal timber extraction and assuring the legality of land use through sustainable forest management. The project also aims to address the cause of deforestation by improving the livelihoods of communities located within the National Park and surrounding areas. This includes the strengthening of governance through cooperatives, supporting sustainable economic livelihoods through technical workshops, and increasing environmental awareness through training.
The Kariba Project protects almost 785,000 hectares of forests and wildlife on the southern shores of Lake Kariba, near the Zimbabwe-Zambia border. One of the largest registered REDD+ projects by the area, it connects four national parks and eight safari reserves, forming a giant biodiversity corridor that protects an expansive forest and numerous vulnerable and endangered species – including the African elephant, lion, hippo, lappet-faced vulture, and southern ground hornbill. As well as this, the project implements numerous community-focused initiatives detailed below.
Promoting sustainable agriculture and forest conservation in The Republic of Zambia.