bloom-contrib - Making carbon footprint data available to everyone.

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Bloom was a SaaS that allowed companies to become climate leaders, from calculating their climate impact to communicating about their climate efforts. It connected to as many data sources as possible to assess your carbon footprint and find mitigation opportunities. Tomorrow, the organisation behind Bloom builds tech to empower organisations and individuals to understand and reduce their carbon footprint.

https://www.bloomclimate.com
https://github.com/tmrowco/bloom-contrib

Dependencies:

@ideditor/country-coder : ^3.2.0
@microsoft/microsoft-graph-client : ^2.0.0
buffer : ^5.2.1
crypto-js : ^3.1.9-1
d3-geo : ^1.11.6
lodash : ^4.17.11
moment : ^2.23.0
moment-timezone : ^0.5.28
oauth-1.0a : ^2.2.5
reverse-geocode : ^1.3.3
superagent : ^4.1.0
tiny-hashes : ^1.0.1
uuid : ^3.3.2
whatwg-url : ^7.0.0
xmldom : ^0.1.27

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