To limit global warming to under 2°C and comply with the Paris Agreements, we must find a balance between global CO2 emissions and absorption by 2050. This balance is known as carbon neutrality or “net zero”.
Carbon credits are units attributed to the developer of a project that reduces greenhouse gas emissions that the project developer can then commercialise to finance their project. A carbon credit represents a reduction of one ton of CO2.
To reach this target, companies must maximise their contribution to reducing emissions and increasing global carbon sinks by being active in three areas at the same time:
The income from the carbon contribution will allow Hoffmann Green to continue developing decarbonated
solutions at affordable prices, ensuring they are adopted to replace traditional solutions.
The carbon contribution will also help fund development work for products that emit even less; H-EVA, a low-carbon clay-based cement that does not use slag.
Hoffmann Green’s carbon credits are certified by Inuk, our partner for carbon credits valuation.
With its unique blockchain process, Inuk guarantees customers Hoffmann Carbon Credits unicity.