We started our sustainability journey in December 2020, since then we captured 18.15 tonnes of CO2
This is enough to cover one of these
Long haul flights
Days of Zoom calls
Less water bottles
Miles driven in a car
We are investing in these projects to keep us carbon neutral
Protecting 157,000 hectares of carbon-sequestering peat swamp, endangered animals and local communities.
The Katingan Project reduced over 7.5 mm tonnes of CO₂ each year by protecting and restoring the peat swamp ecosystem, one of the largest remaining of its kind.
The Alto Mayo forest is twice the size of New York City but it’s under threat from deforestation despite its protected status.
This project seeks to protect nearly 450,000 acres from deforestation. More trees = more oxygen.
A critical wildlife corridor, Chyulu Hills is located between two national parks, Amboseli and Tsavo, in southeastern Kenya and has been severely impacted by overgrazing, drought, deforestation, and forest degradation.
This project aims to preserve the 410,000-hectare expanse while also preventing the emission of about 18 million tonnes of CO₂ over the 30-year life of the project.
90% of Ugandans burn wood or charcoal in an open fire that emits more heat to the air than it does to their cookpots.
This project makes and distributes cookstoves that reduce charcoal or wood use for cooking by over 50%. It cuts carbon emissions and deforestation while providing life-changing health benefits and cost savings to local families.
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