Climate Trajectory Modeling Module
Persefoni Climate Trajectory Modeling add-on module is the ultimate scenario planning solution that helps you create Science Based Targets or custom carbon reduction targets that align to specific scopes. It helps you measure and analyze an organization's or an investment portfolio's contribution to the 1.5C/2C temperature rise.
Setting a Science Based Target helps organizations solidify their intent of incorporating sustainability initiatives to conscious stakeholders. Climate Trajectory Modeling enables organizations to create different target scenarios and helps them determine which target best aligns to their overall company or investment climate strategy for the near and long term.
Setting achievable carbon reduction goals is essential for solidifying your commitment to sustainability initiatives and becoming net-zero. Climate Trajectory Modeling simplifies the process of creating a carbon reduction target that aligns with your business or investment strategy. Simply, select the time frame and target reduction ambition based on your company’s requirements and need to quickly assess which target is best suited for your overall climate strategies.
Setting a decarbonization or carbon reduction target is the center of your organization's climate strategy and drives all of your sustainability initiatives. Choosing the right one can be difficult. CTM, helps you understand the critical differences between the target scenarios by evaluating your organizations requirements and comparing the projected path to target visual.
Do more with your data
Climate Impact Benchmarking
Persefoni Climate Impact Benchmarking add-on module gives you the visibility into industry baselines which allows for a thorough understanding of best practice in carbon performance.
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.
Real-time Carbon Management Solution
Get clarity on emissions analytics, align with teams and stakeholders, and stay connected on decarbonization goals.
Explore Persefoni and ClimateTech
Insights, thought leadership, and the latest news on everything carbon.
Getting to know Persefoni: Meet Andy Paterson
1. And you may ask yourself, "Well... how did I get here?" (Tell us your journey?)
I took the road less traveled on my way to working in climate technology. From a young age growing up in Scotland, I had a passion for food. My love of the culinary arts took me into a successful and fulfilling 10-year career working as a chef in restaurants across the UK, France, and Australia. My second passion for climate, environmentalism, and sustainability started developing while I worked in a sustainability-focused restaurant in London. I found myself more interested in food waste and the sustainable procurement of ingredients than in developing menus, training knife skills, or preparing mise en place. I knew that my passion was shifting. In my mid-20s, with the realization that climate change is humanity's biggest problem, I decided to do something about it. I returned to Scotland to take advantage of our free higher education and studied environmental management. After graduating from university, I worked at a series of animal and environmental conservation NGOs and spent two years writing for an academic journal magazine. During this time, I learned that the private sector is often more effective force at driving change and somewhere I could make the biggest impact, which brought me to Persefoni. I believe my colleagues and I are making a major impact fight against climate change.
Market-Based and Location-Based Scope 2 Emissions Dual Reporting
An established framework for the measurement and management of greenhouse gas emissions, the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol, breaks down emissions into three distinct categories known as scopes 1, 2, and 3.
Scope 1 concerns direct emissions created from the operations owned or controlled by an entity; scope 2 emissions come from purchased electricity, heat, steam, and cooling; and scope 3 emissions include all other indirect emissions both up and downstream in an entity’s value chain.
What Is Carbon Accounting?
Carbon accounting is the process of calculating, analyzing, measuring and reporting an organization's greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions so that it is fully auditable. It’s sometimes called greenhouse gas accounting, carbon auditing, a carbon inventory or greenhouse gas inventory. Organizations, businesses, cities and many other entities use carbon accounting to manage their carbon footprint.
Carbon accounting quantifies the amount of GHGs produced by private and public organizations to better understand how much carbon they are emitting. It also measures which part of their operations is responsible for those emissions.