We can use our carbon management tool, Clean CO2, to help companies and events to offset and reduce their carbon footprint. It accompanies users throughout the process of neutralising their company’s activities and greenhouse gas emissions, helping them to achieve carbon neutrality by investing in projects to reduce emissions.
Managing and offsetting carbon emissions is core to the sustainability efforts of almost any organisation across the world. Whether you are looking to reduce costs, improve efficiency, comply with legislation, or find a way to differentiate your brand, carbon is a key area to get to grips with.
Our combination of world-class carbon expertise and cutting edge software technology is what makes the Anthesis carbon offer so unique. This symbiosis enables us to deliver end to end solutions while saving our clients significant time and money.
How we do it
- Calculating an organisation’s baseline carbon footprint, using proven methodologies like ISO 14064, GHP Protocol, step 2050 and ISO 14067.
- Developing coherent, feasible and suitably ambitious approaches that align with broader business objectives such as reducing operational costs, increasing efficiency and driving competitiveness.
- Offsetting unavoidable CO2 emissions through the purchase of high-quality carbon credits and using our carbon management tool, Clean CO2.
- Communicating and positioning low-carbon business initiatives adopted to achieve differentiation from competitors.
Anthesis has been instrumental in helping us quantify our carbon footprint and understand where our biggest opportunities lie over the years. This long-term support has allowed us to reach carbon neutrality and maintain our status as the UK’s most ethical water brand – an essential part of what Belu stands for.
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