Climate Smart Profile

65 Oats

Kinnusen Mylly 65oats.fi

65 Oats
Product carbon footprint, 2020
1.54
kg CO₂e / kg
↓ Product carbon footprint?
Yearly target (average)
↘3.0%
Product progress towards Paris climate goals
2020
30% by 2030
↓ Progress towards Paris climate goals?
95.5%

Raw materials

The climate impact of the ingredients of the end-product. Includes emissions from farming, livestock, fishing and hunting.

Main ingredients

Oat grains

Raw materials
0.5%

Sourcing

The climate impact of transporting product ingredients to the production sites of the end-product.

Sourcing
1.3%

Production

The climate impact of processing ingredients into the end-product. Includes emissions from energy consumption and waste management.

Production
2.7%

Packaging

The climate impact of the various packaging materials used in the end-product’s life cycle.

Packaging

About 65 Oats

All 65 Oats products by Kinnusen Mylly are produced of gluten-free pure oats cultivated by carefully selected and audited contract farmers. The Kinnunen family’s oat mill represents state-of-the-art technology and is one of the very few strictly gluten-free pure oat mills in the world

What is product carbon footprint?

This number is the estimated climate impact of a product for an assessed time-period. It is calculated as the sum of the greenhouse gas emissions and removals per amount of product during its life cycle. The smaller the better.

What is product progress towards Paris climate goals?

We encourage the continuous improvement and reduction of climate impacts of products across their life cycles. To limit global warming in line with Paris climate goals to below 2 degrees Celsius by the end of the century, we believe total global greenhouse gas emissions should be cut by at least 30% by 2030 from 2015-2020 reference levels. Emissions should be preferably cut by at least 50% by 2030 to target global warming of 1.5 degrees Celsius. Substituting higher carbon footprint products with lower carbon footprint products will help reach Paris climate goals. The sooner the better.

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