Costs and greenhouse gas emissions go together when it comes to travel. The CERO analysis identifies changes that can save money and reduce emissions. After the goal has been defined, a comprehensive survey of current emissions and costs from the all the organization's business trips and work commuting is carried out. Statistical modelling and cost-benefit analyzes form the basis for generating scenarios for decision-making.
The CERO-analysis is scientifically based through research at KTH, the Royal Institute of Techonology in Stockholm. The model suits small and mid-size companies and it has so far been implemented in over a hundred organisations.
We do a travel habits survey and produce a smorgasbord of measures to reduce costs and emissions.
Together we set goals for emissions reductions within your organization.
Benchmarking with other organisations that have gone through the CERO process.
After implementation, the goals are followed up and we evaluate the results.
The Swedish Defence University began the CERO process in 2019 to measure and reduce greenhouse gas emissions from all employees' business and commuting trips. The carbon accounting tool Our Impacts was used to collect data and calculate emissions. Following a CERO analysis and workshop, the Swedish Defence University now has the tools to address its emissions from travel in a cost-effective way.
"I am very pleased with the support we have received throughout the CERO process - from data collection to a solid decision basis that is well rooted in the organization," says Lena Söderlundh, Environmental Controller at the Swedish Defence University.
In order to reach the 1.5-degree global warming target we need to both reduce greenhouse gas emissions and sequester CO2 that is already in the atmosphere.
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