Becoming Climate Positive
We have calculated our carbon footprint for 2020 to be:
Climate neutrality refers to the idea of achieving net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by balancing those emissions, so they are equal (or less than) the emissions that get removed through the planet’s natural absorption.
We aim to be climate positive and have achieved this by removing 10% more carbon from the atmosphere than that we put in. So, to offset our 2020 emissions calculations, we have pledged to plant 244,633 sq meters of trees as part of the Peruvian nut project. The project is in the Madre de Dios region of Peru, an area known as Peru’s capital of biodiversity, it is home to some of the world’s rarest wildlife. The project is recognised as providing exceptional benefits to biodiversity along with its large carbon benefits.