The path to a low carbon economy & why carbon tracking matters…
So let’s talk about the elephant in the room…
On average, one person in Europe is responsible for the release of around 6 tonnes of CO2 into the atmosphere each year. When looking at the US, this comes all the way up to an average of 14 tonnes of CO2 per person and year.
What can 1 tonne of CO2 look like?
Months of eating a vegan diet
Months of eating a meat heavy diet
flight from Paris to New York
train journeys from London to Edinburgh
hours of streaming Netlifx
In order to maintain a habitable planet, we must adapt our economy and financial infrastructure to reduce our net carbon emissions to zero before 2050.
Where we’re heading…
Through connection and collaboration, we can empower consumers and businesses to make more eco-conscious decisions. Together, we can encourage a faster transition towards a low carbon economy.
We want to empower consumers and companies to make sustainable choices; with our carbon tracking technology, we can bridge the gap between intent, knowledge and action. Using our technology, financial institutions and Fintech companies can measure and reduce the carbon footprint of their customers.