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The organizational tree of Carbonze provides a comprehensive and visual representation of the entire organization's emissions. At the top level, the organization's emissions are displayed, showcasing the total emissions across different scopes, namely Scope 1, Scope 2, and Scope 3.
Moving further down the organizational tree, the emissions are broken down by countries, allowing for a more localized view of emissions within each specific country. This breakdown enables a better understanding of emissions distribution and highlights geographical variations.
At the bottom of the organizational tree, individual facilities within the organization are represented in separate boxes. Each facility box visualizes the total emissions generated by that specific facility, along with the breakdown of emissions into Scope 1, Scope 2, and Scope 3 categories. This granular level of detail provides a clear view of emissions at each facility and helps identify areas that require attention and potential emission reduction strategies.
Overall, the organizational tree of Carbonze offers a powerful visualization tool that provides a comprehensive overview of emissions across the organization, from the top-level organization to individual facilities. It facilitates effective analysis, decision-making, and targeted actions to mitigate environmental impact and drive sustainability initiatives.
The organizational tree of Carbonze provides a powerful visualization tool to analyze emissions at different scopes. At the top level, the organization's emissions are displayed, indicating the total emissions across Scope 1, Scope 2, and Scope 3.
With the user-friendly interface, you have the flexibility to zoom in and out of the organizational tree using the + and - buttons. This allows for a detailed analysis of emissions at various levels, from the organization as a whole down to individual facilities. By zooming in, you can explore each facility box, which provides a comprehensive view of its total emissions and the breakdown of Scope 1, Scope 2, and Scope 3 emissions.