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DP World Selects Greenstone for Online Carbon Management Tool

December 17, 2010 No Comments

As part of an initiative to reduce its carbon footprint significantly across its 50 marine terminals across the world, DP World has become the first global port operator to roll out Greenstone Carbon Management and The CarbonNeutral Company’s carbon management and reduction solution newly developed for the ports and marine sector.

The move comes as part of the global operator’s initiatives begun in 2008 to reduce its carbon emissions by 27 percent over five years. Measuring and managing emissions is crucial to that effort, and while DP World has invested in data collection systems at its terminals, in 2010 it commissioned Greenstone to further develop data gathering processes and set up Greenstone’s Acco2unt carbon management solution tailored to DP World’s methodology, based on the principles of the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard.

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