There are three steps to take. The first is calculate greenhouse gas emissions generated by a specific activity employing a scientific method based on the Life Cycle Assessment (LCA). The second is to reduce excess CO2 by using more efficient technologies, more eco-friendly raw materials or redesigning products. The third is to offset residual emissions by purchasing carbon credits deriving from the creation and safeguarding of growing forests.
The project enjoys the collaboration of universities and partners specialised in Life Cycle Assessment in order to measure environmental impact scientifically, as well as of public authorities, parks and natural reserves for reforestation and land protection activities.
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