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Carbon Footprint Italy

The Italian Programme Operator of Carbon Management

A complete programme to communicate the quantification and reduction
of greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions of products and organisations


All products and organizations registered in Carbon Footprint Italy report values ​​of GHG emissions, or their reduction, verified by independent verification bodies accredited by Accredia.


Each type of carbon footprint (product, organization, or Carbon Reduction) is supported by a special data sheet that summarises the various essential information that characterizes it.


Four versions of the Carbon Footprint Italy marks are available, to quantify GHG emissions of products and organizations, or their reductions as a result of specific mitigation actions.


Carbon Footprint Italy exclusively provides for the use of internationally recognized standards for the quantification of GHG emissions, or their reduction.

Latest News

È COSÌ registered Carbon Footprint Italy

È COSÌ, an Italian company specialized in cleaning products and systems, is now registered Carbon Footprint Italy!

CFI’s Carbon Footprint of Products trademark has been released for eight different È COSÌ cleansing products belonging to Ultra Blue, Ultra Yellow, Ultra Green and Ultra Red series.

The registration regards the calculation of the Carbon Footprint of products, developed along the entire life cycle and in accordance with ISO 14067. The study has been developed by the support of LCA-lab team.

Published the open public consultation for the first PCR in Carbon Footprint Italy

The open public consultation for the PCR “Transport services of general cargo”, the first one developed within the framework of the italian Programe Operator Carbon Footprint Italy, was launched today.


The document outlines the requirements and guidelines to be followed during the realisation of a Carbon Footprint of Product study for transport services of general cargo, in accordance with the international reference standard ISO 14067.


The draft document can be downloaded at the dedicated webpage in the CFI website, at the following link: https://carbonfootprintitaly.it/en/pcr/.


Until September 12th, it is possible to provide comments and proposals for improvements to the document by filling the designated template, available at the same webpage. The template shall be sent via email to the PCR Moderator or to the CFI Secretariat (info@carbonfootprintitaly.it).