Before you can remove carbon, you need to measure and reduce your emissions. We partnered with the carbon consultants ecollective - self-confessed carbon geeks who provide the tools to make carbon reduction simple.
In short, with ecollective you get
Carbon measurement of your entire business, including Scopes 1, 2 and 3
Reduction strategies that are simple and achievable
The tools to measure new products, even after the project ends
Marketing and PR content and guidance, to show your customers you’re serious about climate action
Book an introductory meeting with ecollective and Klimate to learn more and start your climate strategy.
Ecollective was founded out of frustration with the alternatives. Too much paperwork, unquantifiable claims and commercially unviable suggestions.
They make carbon measurement and reduction simple and easy. No 300 page reports, no greenwashing. They provide the numbers and solutions to create positive change that’s quantifiable and benefits business, customers and the planet.
Why do I need to use ecollective before Klimate?
Before you can remove your emissions, you need to know how many emissions you’re responsible for. Most importantly, you also need to understand how to reduce your emissions, minimising the need for removals in the first place. The less you need to remove, the higher quality removals you can use, ensuring the best possible outcome for you and the environment.
The friendly team of carbon consultants at ecollective make carbon action simple. They tailor their tools to fit your needs, giving businesses the numbers, strategies and guidance they need to take quantifiable action on the climate crisis and hit net zero sooner rather than later.
How long does it take to calculate my emissions and create a Net Zero strategy?
This depends on your business and your data. If you’ve got the info you need, calculating emissions is relatively simple, and executing reduction strategies is dependent on how ambitious you want to be.
What are the costs of calculating emissions with ecollective?
This completely depends on your business. Email email@example.com to talk numbers.