Calculation principles

myclimate Label Guidelines and calculation principles

myclimate Label Guidelines and calculation principles

myclimate-Label-Guidelines-Calculation-principles.pdf

Learn more about the methods, what underlying data is used and what you have to do to receive the climate-neutral label.

Documentation of the myclimate flight emission calculator

Documentation of the myclimate flight emission calculator

myclimate-flight-calculator-documentation EN.pdf

The flight emission calculator quantifies the direct and indirect CO2-equivalent emissions per passenger for a given flight distance. The estimated emissions represent an average value for the distance between a given pair of origin and destination airports. The quantification is based on the most recent international statistics on passenger and cargo loads and aircraft type usage. The estimated emissions per passenger represent the amount of CO2 equivalents to be reduced in myclimate carbon offset projects.