How does pollution affect our planet’s health?
Understand the impacts of pollution and discover alternatives that can save the world.
The way humanity deals with the planet has brought unwanted results that do not contribute positively to the future of the next generations. On August 14th, we celebrate the World Day to Combat Pollution and it’s an opportunity to remind us that this problem is not exclusively related to the actions of large companies.
To combat pollution, the first step is to understand the damage caused to our planet’s health and that the commitment to transform this reality is everyone’s responsibility, of people and companies.
According to a study reported by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the IPCC, our soil is contributing to the worsening of climate change, pointing out that an estimated 23% of man related global greenhouse emissions come from agriculture, forestry and other land uses.
The rampant increase in deforestation in the Amazon contributes significantly to CO2 emissions. In addition, 44% of recent anthropogenic emissions of methane, a potent greenhouse gas, were estimated to come from agriculture, peatland destruction and other land-related sources.
WHAT CAN WE DO TO REDUCE THE IMPACT OF POLLUTION?
We’ve often discussed here on the blog about how to reduce our carbon footprint. Always remembering that the carbon footprint can refer to the impact of each individual on our society, as well as to the impact that large companies may be having on our planet.
MOSS offers an alternative to offset this negative impact through the carbon credit market. This alternative is available to individuals and companies. In the case of companies, the service is personalized.
Our team makes an in depth study to understand the impact of each business, making the necessary calculations to find out how many carbon credits they need to purchase to fully offset their emissions. In the last year alone, more than 150 companies have offset their emissions with MOSS, such as Amaro, C6 Bank, Gol Linhas Aéreas, Hering, iFood.
WHY COMPENSATE YOUR COMPANY´S FOOTPRINT?
A recent survey by the FIEP Agency, has shown that 87% of Brazilian consumers prefer to buy from sustainable companies. Consumers tend to choose brands that are concerned about the health of the planet. With MOSS’ carbon credits, your company can take the ESGs off the paper by calculating and offsetting its carbon footprint.
To help you calculate the carbon emissions of your business, MOSS has created a specialized platform to provide the best proposal for neutralizing your activities. In return, you can secure international recognition with Carbon Friendly, Carbon Neutral and even Carbon Negative seals.
If you want to offset your company’s carbon footprint, we can help you take action. MOSS provides solutions and recommendations on where and how to minimize your impact by purchasing carbon credits.
With our calculator, you discover your company’s carbon footprint and can positively impact the environment by offsetting your emissions. Several companies and events have already received our Carbon Neutral or Carbon Friendly seals, such as: Bionexo, Rally dos Sertões, Brainvest, CryptoWeek and Call Me Layla. Visit our website and calculate your company’s carbon footprint.
The MCO2, our carbon credit token, is based upon forest conservation projects that can neutralize tons of carbon dioxide. Some of these projects have already been detailed here on the blog, such as: the Agrocortex Project, one of the largest sustainable forestry initiatives in the country, focused on long-term timber production; Fazenda Fortaleza Ituxi, focused on sustainable management to reduce carbon dioxide emissions; and Amazon REED+IFM, which aims to conserve more than 20,000 acres of forest in Amazonas.
Click here and offset your emissions with one of the largest environmental carbon credit platforms in the world!
WHAT IS CARBON NEUTRALIZATION?
Over the years and with the increase in environmental awareness and the number of international agreements aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions (such as the Paris Agreement in 2015), several companies and events seek to neutralize their emissions. They intent that their activities, totally or partially, prevent harmful emissions into the environment, and one of these environmentally friendly actions is the purchase of carbon credits.
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