Understanding your customer carbon footprint tool - AWS Billing

Understanding your customer carbon footprint tool

You can use the customer carbon footprint tool to view estimates of the carbon emissions associated with your AWS products and services.

Getting started with customer carbon footprint tool

The customer carbon footprint tool is available for all accounts. If a report isn't available for your account, your account might be too new to show data. After each month, you might have a delay of up to three months for AWS to show your carbon emission estimates.

To view your customer carbon footprint tool

  1. Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the AWS Billing console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/billing/.

  2. On the navigation bar, choose Cost & Usage Reports.

  3. Under date range, choose your start month and end month.

IAM policies

You must have the IAM permission sustainability:GetCarbonFootprintSummary to access the customer carbon footprint tool and data. For more information regarding IAM permissions, see AWS Identity and Access Management for AWS Billing.

AWS Organizations users

If you're logged in as a management account of AWS Organizations, the customer carbon footprint tool reports the member account data for the duration that those accounts were a part of your management account. If you're a member account, the customer carbon footprint tool reports emission data for all the periods. This is regardless of any changes that might have occurred to your account's associated membership in one of the AWS Organizations.