Carbon footprint

A carbon footprint represents the total greenhouse gas emission produced by an organisation, event, product, trip or household over a period of time.

Greenhouse gas emissions are the result of the various activities we undertake as a result of human development and progress: transportation, fuel consumption, food, industrial goods, materials, wood, roads, buildings, services, etc.

The carbon footprint is calculated at the household or individual level, events (team building, conferences, forums, concerts, etc.), air travel or at the business level: the carbon footprint of companies and other organisations.

Reducing or eliminating the carbon footprint (CO2) is a voluntary action that changes the attitude of society, and also implements the postulate of “corporate social responsibility” (“CSR”).

What will we do?

We will help you calculate your company’s carbon footprint as well as, where needed and possible, offset CO2 emissions from all your activities. We can also assist the mapping and planning of projects to offset CO2 emissions from all business activities in which the organisation in involved.

What are the benefits?

By reducing its carbon footprint, the organisation will see significant benefits:

  • it improves corporate image and reputation, which reflects the responsibility and commitment to supporting sustainable development and combating climate change
  • it indicates that it is operating as expected by customers
  • it takes a simple and practical action towards limiting greenhouse gas emissions
  • it becomes is involved in social services and contributes to helping poor and marginalized social groups
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