Our Planet & Environment

Environmental work is a natural part of daily operations at Dun & Bradstreet

The environment is our priority – every day

Environmental work is integral to daily operations at Bisnode. Striving to reach our environmental targets, we challenge our own efforts while measuring and monitoring the results and training of our employees.
  • Bisnode enacts all current environmental laws, regulations and rules.
  • We continuously work to decrease our environmental footprint by incorporating environmental targets into the company's business plan.
  • Bisnode is committed to raising environmental awareness among our employees through ongoing training and information.
  • We set environmental requirements in any procurement exceeding USD 55 000.
  • Bisnode primarily provides digital services with low environmental impact.
  • We strive to always offer our clients a digital alternative to paper documents.

Learn more about our work with UN and SDG

Environmental management system
We constantly measure, follow up and develop our environmental work

Our business plan contains environmental targets and activities and clear ownership of these is delegated throughout the management team. Our environmental targets are continuously developed, measured and followed up and presented in our ongoing reporting.

Bisnode’s total emissions: 5 064 tons of CO2e 

Greenhouse gas emissions vary over time and often depend on changes in the organization, such as the expansion or reduction of operations. It is therefore important to always use relative measurements (key indicators) that take these variations into consideration. These are presented in the chart below:

* No reported data on the use of renewable fuels.
Data on cars is delivered as kms driven with a certain type of car or litre of fuel used. Data on electricity, heating and cooling is from invoices and from contact with landlord. No renewable fuel was reported. The addition of a certain share renewable fuel by law in some countries (like "kvotplikt" in Sweden) is not taken into account.