To prevent the worst impacts of climate change, we must transition to a net-zero economy.
To get there, the private and financial sectors need robust, comprehensive and useful greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions data so they can clearly see their most significant impacts and risks, and take effective action.
At CarbonChain, we help fill this gap, equipping companies and financial institutions with the tools and insights they need to manage their emissions and build greener supply chains.
We’ve built the carbon accounting solution for the entire commodities value chain.
Our AI-powered platform automates the tracking of supply chain emissions for companies, traders, financiers and freight firms in the highest-emitting sectors (metals and mining, oil and gas, and agriculture – responsible for over 50% of global GHG emissions).
With accurate, granular, asset-level data covering the supply chain from end to end, our software unlocks unrivalled insight into carbon risks and opportunities in near real-time. This lets the most climate-critical sectors (and those who finance them) tackle risks, manage emissions, and build resilience as they accelerate the transition to a net-zero economy.
Founded in 2019, CarbonChain was part of the Y Combinator Summer 2020 cohort and is supported by the UK government’s innovation arm (InnovateUK), the NatWest accelerator, and the London Business School Incubator. CarbonChain is a CDP accredited solutions provider, a TCFD supporter, and a proud member of ResponsibleSteel.
CarbonChain is built on the world's most trusted carbon accounting frameworks and standards
Meet our team
At CarbonChain, we’re dedicated to enabling climate-critical sectors to take action.
Our leadership team’s expertise covers commodities, supply chain management, machine learning and data science, having worked for Amazon, Rio Tinto, Boston Consulting Group, UBS and more.
We understand the unique challenges facing the extractive industries and commodities supply chains, and we work hard to help organizations easily integrate carbon accounting into their workflows, freeing time for data-led action.