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Carbon Neutrality

Carbon Neutrality, or net-zero carbon, refers to achieving a balance between emitting carbon and absorbing carbon from the atmosphere in carbon sinks. The goal is to reduce carbon emissions as much as possible and offset any remaining emissions through activities such as reforestation or investing in renewable energy projects. Organizations can achieve carbon neutrality by assessing their carbon footprint, implementing reduction strategies, and purchasing carbon offsets to compensate for unavoidable emissions.

Achieving carbon neutrality is a significant commitment that requires comprehensive planning and continuous improvement. It involves not only direct emissions reductions but also addressing indirect emissions across the supply chain. By becoming carbon neutral, businesses can enhance their reputation, meet regulatory requirements, and contribute to global efforts to combat climate change.