Understand our Carbon Neutral and Carbon Friendly Seals

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Learn more about carbon neutral, carbon friendly seals and offset your company’s emissions

Why would you need to offset your carbon emissions?

Due to the serious social and environmental consequences of global warming, there is a growing need to seek a reduction in our carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.

Carbon credits were created in 1997 from the Kyoto Protocol as a means to create a financial incentive to reduce emissions. These credits come from environmental preservation projects that aim to capture excess carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.

For each carbon credit, one ton of carbon equivalent emissions is avoided.

Carbon offsetting

As younger generations become more environmentally aware and more international agreements aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions are signed, a number of companies and organizations seek to offset their emissions; that is, they seek to reduce — completely or partially — the effects of their environmental impacts.

A common way to achieve this is through the purchase of carbon credits.

What are the Carbon Neutral and Carbon Friendly Seals?

A company receives the Moss Carbon Neutral Seal when it fully offsets all of its carbon emissions. When this compensation is partial (Scopes 1 and 2), the company receives the Moss Carbon Friendly Seal.

How can Moss help you offset your company’s emissions?

If you want to offset your company’s carbon footprint, we can help you to take action today.

Moss provides solutions and recommendations on where and how to minimize your impact by purchasing MCO2, Moss’ tokenized carbon credit.

With our calculators, you will know your company’s carbon footprint and will positively impact the environment by offsetting your carbon emissions.

Several companies and events have already received the Moss Carbon Neutral or Carbon Friendly Seals, like iFood, H6 Bank, Bionexo, Rally dos Sertões, Brainvest, CryptoWeek and Call Me Layla.

How do we do it?

The MCO2 Token, our tokenized carbon credit, comes from rainforest conservation projects that can offset 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 REDD + IFM, which aims to conserve more than 20000 hectares of forest in the Amazon.

If you want to offset the greenhouse gases emissions (GHG) of your company or event, click here.

Don’t waste time and offset your emissions with the largest environmental carbon credit platform in the world.

Can I also offset my personal emissions?

Through Moss, it is also possible to offset your personal carbon emissions.

Today, there are several digital calculators that give this result based on your daily life. These include the following: what method of transportation do you use to go to work? What is your monthly consumption of fast food? How many hours a day do you spend on your computer?

An example is the Carbon Footprint Calculator, available in English, French, Spanish and several other languages.

After answering these quick questions, in just three minutes you will know how many tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) you emitted last year and you can offset your emissions through us.

This compensation occurs through the acquisition of the MCO2 Token, our carbon credit. To buy yours, click here. It takes less than two minutes and is a perennial, safe and audited asset by international institutions that regulate the carbon credit market.

Count on us to bring innovative and simple solutions to help your life become more sustainable.

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