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WeSpire's new analytics tool helps clamp down on employee carbon emissions

Company seeks to capitalise on a growing demand for accurate data to support Net Zero targets

WeSpire, a provider of employee experience solutions with an environmental, social, and governance (ESG) sustainability focus, has announced the launch of its Employee Carbon Management Solution.

Developed in partnership with Cox Enterprises and South Pole, the new solution provides enterprises with a comprehensive set of tools to measure, reduce, balance, and report on employee carbon emissions both on the job and at home.

“Until now, getting employee-based Scope 3 carbon emissions data quickly, accurately, and on-demand has been challenging due to a lack of workplace-specific tools to reliably capture and report the data,” explained WeSpire.

“The rapid move to hybrid and remote work environments and an increasing number of companies setting Scope 3 Net Zero goals has magnified the urgency of implementing a better approach.”

Employee Carbon Management Solution by WeSpire enables companies to establish a corporate ESG strategy across the workforce by providing employees with specific steps they can take to reduce their individual carbon footprints.

Through curated actions based on behavioral science, companies can promote continual, progressive reductions in carbon emissions without relying on offsets immediately.

WeSpire has also partnered with South Pole to provide high-quality offset opportunities as rewards to employees and employers.

WeSpire's Employee Carbon Management Solution will be available by Earth Day 2022 after it passes its testing phase.

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“We’ve pioneered a data-first, behavior-change solution to drive much needed personal climate action in the workplace,” said Susan Hunt Stevens, founder and CEO of WeSpire.

“Our technology enables organizations to engage their employees to better understand their own impact, take targeted carbon reduction actions, and, when needed, the company or employees can balance what remains. This holistic solution will inspire further innovation as employees see their collective impact on their company’s ESG goals and will significantly simplify employee-related Scope 3 emissions reporting,” added Stevens.

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