Carbon offset projects
Every company causes carbon emissions, which further boost the greenhouse effect. Climate action means recording all emissions in order to continuously reduce and avoid them. It is consistent to offset all unavoidable emissions with a carbon offset project. The effect on the global climate thus remains neutral overall and the company becomes carbon neutral.
A survey conducted by PwC 2015 on climate protection and consumer behavior showed that environmentally friendly behavior is an important criterion for 80 percent of Germans when deciding on a company. Awareness of climate protection among the population is increasing, and many of them see companies as being particularly responsible.
The basis for climate protection is always your carbon balance. All emissions are recorded in it, for example caused by:
The data is easily captured in our cloud-based software. It can also be used to map complex corporate structures, such as several locations at home and abroad. We have over 12 years of experience in countless customer projects from various industries - our consultants will be happy to assist you.
Reduce and avoid carbon
The carbon balance shows you which greenhouse gas emissions you can easily reduce and which you can avoid in the long term. A few examples: conversion to green electricity, video conferences instead of business trips, rail instead of domestic flights, etc. Another advantage is the reduction of emissions: you save money in many ways.
All unavoidable emissions are offset by a carbon offset project. All projects of our portfolio are certified according to international standards. We will be happy to help you select a project that fits your company and your communication strategy. This will make your company carbon neutral and allow you to use the "carbon neutral" label.
Would you like advice or further information? We look forward to receiving your message via our contact form or by phone.
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