We are carbon-neutral
Through our support of clean energy projects, we have offset the CO2 emissions from the remanufacturing process so that every Circular Computing™ laptop is a certified carbon-neutral product.
What does carbon-neutral mean?
Making or resulting in no net release of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, usually as a result of carbon-offsetting.
What is carbon offsetting?
An action intended to compensate for the emission of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere as a result of industrial or other human activity, especially when quantified and traded as part of a commercial scheme.
Why are we doing this?
Every action that every person takes every day has some form of carbon emissions impact. It is only by every person and every organization committing to being carbon neutral that we can achieve the zero-carbon (or ultra-low carbon) global economy required to help combat climate change.
As an organization, we have made a commitment to audit, understand and minimize our own carbon impact on the planet.
Becoming an accredited carbon-neutral organization through our support of clean energy projects allows us to have an immediate, positive effect. It allows us to take ownership and be fully accountable for our carbon footprint, right now - today.
By investing in carbon credits, we are contributing to making the global market for carbon work. Before the global carbon credit market, everyone could release carbon emissions without taking any responsibility for the cost to the environment. We fully support the carbon credit market as a transitional mechanism to ‘internalise’ the true environmental cost of carbon emissions into economic activities.