The #1 Climate Disclosure & Carbon Management Solution
Persefoni’s SaaS Platform enables companies and financial institutions to easily meet stakeholder and regulatory climate disclosure requirements and requests.
Leading industry analysts say Persefoni is the best software provider for automating carbon accounting and financial disclosures.
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The most intuitive and trusted carbon management and climate disclosure solution on the market.
Built for organizations large and small, global and local.
Calculating carbon footprints, meeting climate disclosure requests, and achieving net-zero used to be hard. With Persefoni you don’t need to be a technical expert. Just answer simple questions, upload your data, and our automated Footprint Workbook™ will guide you through the process from beginning to end.
You don’t need any pre-existing knowledge of climate disclosure frameworks or carbon accounting methodologies to get started with Persefoni. Included in your subscription is a rich suite of options for deployment and support. Choose between structured, expert-led roll-out support or completely self-service onboarding via an extensive library of how-to articles and videos in our knowledge base.
Transparent calculation methods, models, data sets, and audit trails provide instant compliance with the disclosure frameworks required by regulators, institutional investors, customers, and supply chain partners.
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Financed Emissions Calculations
Persefoni is the solution of choice for Asset Managers, Asset Owners, Banks, and Lenders around the world for understanding their financed emissions footprint.
Climate Impact Benchmarking
In partnership with CDP, Persefoni users can instantly understand how their carbon footprint and climate impact compares to comparable and peer organizations by industry, sector, or region.
Climate Trajectory Modeling
Persefoni’s Climate Trajectory Modeling capabilities allow users to quickly model what net-zero targets and carbon reduction budgets look like to adhere to the Paris Agreement’s 1.5C or 2C scenarios.
“Climate disclosures are now financial disclosures.”
ClimateTech with Kentaro Podcast
ClimateTech with Kentaro, our first weekly podcast, features conversations with the founders, investors, and other key innovators in the ClimateTech ecosystem. Find it on your podcast platform of choice weekly!
Cogo’s Ben Gleisner
It’s hard to track our individual carbon footprints. Most people have no idea what emissions are associated with a bag of groceries or last night’s takeout. This type of information is hard to come by, which makes it even more challenging to make environmentally friendly decisions. Sustainability Data Service company, Cogo is trying to change that by empowering individuals and businesses to measure, reduce, and offset the impact they have on the climate.
Today’s guest is Ben Gleisner, founder and CEO of Cogo.
On the show, we dove into the individual side of sustainability, behavioral science, and the climate tech behind Cogo. ClimateTech with Kentaro is produced by our incredible team at Persefoni and Hueman Group Media.
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Insights, thought leadership, and the latest news on everything carbon.
Persefoni Introduces Next Generation Climate Management & Accounting Platform, a Reimagined Experience that Simplifies and Accelerates the Decarbonization Journey
Weaves together exciting features new to the market, yet retains intuitive, trust, and simplified hallmarks.
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Decarbonization: Definition, Examples, and Why It’s Needed
Decarbonization is the process of reducing or completely eliminating carbon emissions. In this case, we refer to decarbonization when talking about the efforts to lower carbon emissions on a global scale.
Decarbonization is crucial for the global race towards net zero as outlined in The Paris Agreement. Current action is not enough, with global average atmospheric carbon dioxide hitting a new high in 2021, The world continues to produce carbon much faster than nature can absorb it, resulting in an excess of the greenhouse effect rapidly warming the earth.