A tool, typically available on line, that allows an organisation to automatically work out their carbon footprint by in-putting related data such as energy used or distance traveled.
Commonly available from airlines and carbon offset firms, which use them to calculate how many offset credits customers should buy.
As with all forms of carbon emission accounting, there have been complaints that there is no universal standard that carbon calculators use to work out emissions.
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