MDP launches a Mastercard carbon calculator in Egypt

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Mastercard and MDP have collaborated to introduce the first Carbon Calculator in Egypt, giving consumers the opportunity to comprehend and weigh the environmental impact of the products they buy.

Customers of MDP will have access to the solution, which will provide them with an easy-to-use method of calculating the approximate carbon footprint that their card purchases generate. The Mastercard Carbon Calculator, which is powered by the independently verified Doconomy Åland Index, gives users an estimate of their carbon emissions to help them make better-informed purchases.

It can also be improved by adding relatable and simple comparisons, like the number of trees needed to absorb a given amount of CO2, and offering advice on how to live a more sustainable lifestyle.

Read More: MDP takes Mastercard carbon calcuator to market in Egypt

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