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Published Carbon footprints

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Since the creation of the Climate Action Accelerator, we’ve helped our partners release six carbon footprints. These carbon footprints are a baseline measurement of an organisation’s emissions. They are an essential first step, identifying the state of affairs and where the biggest sources emissions for the organisation lie. 

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Our co-published carbon footprints

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ALIMA's Carbon Footprint

This report is a snapshot of ALIMA’s greenhouse gas emissions that will be used as a reference to identify and measure the organisation’s main sources of emissions and that will help define a strategy.

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MSF OCP's Carbon Footprint

The MSF OCP Carbon footprint report below quantifies the various sources of greenhouse gas emissions for which MSF OCP is accountable and complies with the international standards on the matter.

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MSF OCG's Carbon Footprint

The footprint report below quantifies the various sources of greenhouse gas emissions for which MSF OCG is accountable and complies with the international standards on the matter.

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TdH Suisse's Carbon Footprint

This report provides a detailed account of the carbon footprint of the international coordination (IC) and national coordinations (NCs) of Terre des Hommes Suisse. The measure is the baseline used for TdH Suisse’s 2030 reduction target. 

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tdg schweiz's Carbon Footprint

This report provides a detailed account of the carbon footprint of the international coordination (IC) and national coordinations (NCs) of terre des hommes schweiz. The measure is the baseline used for its 2030 reduction target.  

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Other Carbon Footprint

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ACTED's Carbon Footprint

In accordance with its 3Zero Vision (Zero Exclusion, Zero Carbon, Zero Poverty), ACTED engaged with EcoAct and published in January 2019 ACTED’s 2017 Carbon Footprint Report for all its countries of intervention.   

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ICRC's Carbon Footprint

In 2018, the ICRC began a project to develop a carbon accounting tool that would allow the institution to monitor its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions on an annual basis.  In 2020, the Covid-19 pandemic imposed significant restrictions across the world, whether teleworking obligations, travel suspensions, or supply chain disruptions. The impacts of these measures are strikingly visible in the ICRC’s 2020 carbon footprint. 

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