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The carbon footprint is a tool for accounting for greenhouse gas emissions, which must take into account the primary energy and the final energy of products and services.

It aims to better understand its own emissions, lay the foundations for effective solutions to reduce energy consumption, and can also optimize ecological taxation (carbon tax, etc.) as well as certain compensation mechanisms.

The carbon footprint also makes it possible to study the vulnerability of an economic activity or a community and in particular its dependence on fossil fuels, the price of which is expected to increase in the coming years.

The Bilan Carbone is a diagnostic tool leading to an action plan aimed at reducing direct and indirect CO2 emissions.

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