Carbon neutral certification is a key milestone in helping businesses become sustainable, inclusive and transparent.
Companies, processes and products become carbon neutral when they calculate their carbon emissions and compensate for what they have produced via carbon offsetting projects.
Through building on internationally recognised standards, carbon neutral certification demonstrates an organisation’s sustainability commitments.
To uphold the integrity of the THG Eco Carbon Neutral Certification, organisations are measured against robust criteria, with various requirements to achieve a one, two or three-star status.
Measuring carbon emissions, setting and implementing reduction targets, and offsetting your carbon footprint form the standards for achieving the certification.
What’s Possible Group are supporting the GS1247 VPA 28 Improved Kitchen regimes: Improved stove in Zoba Anseba, Eritrea, East Africa project, involving the distribution of fuel-efficient cookstoves to households within the Anseba district.
With biomass accounting for 90% of the Anseba District’s domestic fuel consumption, it addresses deforestation and biodiversity loss, soil erosion, CO2 emissions, indoor pollution, and associated health issues.