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Carbon credits represent a reduction or removal of greenhouse gas emissions, typically measured in metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent (tCO2e). They work by supporting projects that reduce or remove emissions to counterbalance an individual or company’s carbon footprint.

Carbon offsetting allows individuals or businesses to invest in projects that reduce emissions, contributing to environmental sustainability. By supporting initiatives like reforestation or renewable energy, offsetting helps achieve a balance between emissions produced and those removed or reduced.

Credible carbon credits adhere to recognised standards such as Gold Standard, Verified Carbon Standard (VCS), and the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM). These accreditations ensure transparency, and a rigorous assessment of projects.

Achieving carbon neutrality involves calculating and reducing one’s carbon footprint as much as possible and then offsetting the remaining emissions by investing in verified carbon offset projects.

While carbon neutrality involves balancing emissions with offsetting, net-zero goes a step further by aiming to eliminate or offset all emitted greenhouse gases, creating a state where the individual or organisation has a net-zero impact on the climate.

Individuals can contribute by reducing personal carbon footprints, supporting renewable energy, advocating for sustainable practices, and choosing products and services from companies committed to carbon neutrality and net-zero goals.

Yes, individuals and small businesses can achieve carbon neutrality by first measuring their carbon footprint, implementing sustainable practices to reduce emissions, and then offsetting the remaining emissions through reputable carbon offset projects.

Accurate measurement involves using carbon footprint calculators based on recognised methodologies. These tools consider factors such as energy consumption, transportation, and waste generation to provide a comprehensive footprint assessment.

View our individual and company carbon calculators to easily and accurately measure your footprint.

No, the quality of offset projects varies. Our projects adhere to recognised standards and prioritise sustainable development, and long-term environmental benefits.

Renewable energy projects, such as wind or solar farms, play a crucial role in carbon offsetting by producing clean energy, displacing the need for fossil fuels, and reducing overall greenhouse gas emissions.

While offsetting is an important tool in the short term, it should complement efforts to reduce emissions at the source. Long-term solutions involve transitioning to sustainable practices and technologies.

Businesses can engage employees by fostering a culture of sustainability, providing education on carbon reduction, and encouraging participation in initiatives such as reducing energy consumption and promoting eco-friendly practices.

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