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August 13, 2022
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Mastercard and Doconomy bring carbon tracking to Bank of the West and Nordea

Mastercard and sustainable banking service Doconomy have extended their partnership to give Mastercard users with two more banks the ability to track the carbon footprint on their purchases. US-based Bank of the West, a subsidiary of French banking group BNP Paribas, and Nordea will offer customers a carbon tracking feature in their banking apps. Doconomy announced the news at Madrid’s UN Climate Change Conference COP25 Doconomy announced the news at Madrid’s UN Climate Change Conference COP25, confirming the two banks will use Finland’s Bank of Åland ‘Åland Index’ to track the CO2 emissions on customer transactions. The 2018-founded sustainable banking service…
Mastercard and Doconomy bring carbon tracking to Bank of the West and Nordea

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