zkipster is Climate Neutral Certified
We use operational data to estimate our carbon footprint for the year.
Our entire carbon footprint is offset using verified carbon credits.
Example carbon offset projects
We implement a Reduction Action Plan to reduce emissions within our own operations and supply chain.
Offsetting drives investment into climate change solutions and accelerates the global transition to a low carbon economy. Our carbon credits come from reforestation, renewable energy and clean cookstove projects around the world.
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– Carbon sequestered by 563 acres of forests in one year
– 20,604 trash bags of waste recycled instead of sent to landfill
– 103 passenger vehicles driven over one year
We’re acting now because scientifically-vetted solutions to climate change exist, and they are accessible to brands like ours. As Olivia, our Chief Revenue Officer put it, “we understand that carbon emissions are the root cause of climate change, and we understand how our activities lead to greenhouse gas emissions. We are keen to start now in making a difference.”
Oftentimes projects which generate carbon credits will not only reduce emissions but also simultaneously achieve a wide variety of other social and environmental benefits (known as co-benefits). These co-benefits are commonly aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals and support areas such as biodiversity conservation, boosting rural income, providing clean water, protecting the ozone layer, and much more.
A 2019 report by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) show that human-caused emissions must fall 45% below 2010 levels over the next decade. The window to achieve our needed reductions is closing quickly, and we need to pull out all the stops, combining internal reduction measures with immediate action through offsetting. Both are essential, and purchasing carbon credits is an option that we have right now that drives critical funding into carbon-reducing projects all across the globe. Supporting offset projects can both remove carbon from the atmosphere and prevent it from being emitted in the first place.
– Verified Carbon Standard
– American Carbon Registry
– Gold Standard
– Clean Development Mechanism
– Climate Action Reserve
These programs help ensure the integrity of offsetting projects by verifying that carbon credits meet the big six requirements: real, permanent, quantifiable, verifiable, enforceable, and additional.