Let’s discuss what climate neutrality means in simpler terms. Sometimes terms like “carbon neutral” and “net-zero emissions” can be confusing, but it’s not as complicated as it may seem.

According to John, these terms are essentially the same. The difference between “climate neutral” and “carbon neutral” is that climate neutrality takes into account all greenhouse gas emissions, not just carbon dioxide. When measuring a company’s environmental impact, we consider carbon equivalent, which includes all types of greenhouse gases.

John further explains that “net zero” has a similar meaning. It implies that a company offsets or compensates for all the emissions it produces, ultimately reaching a state of net-zero emissions. So, these terms can be used interchangeably, more or less.

Published On: November 26th, 2021 / Categories: Charity / Tags: , , /

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