World Population Day is celebrated on July 11, which seeks to focus attention on the urgency and importance of population issues, including their relations with the environment and sustainable development. And there is no doubt that population and climate change are inextricably linked.
In this sense, it is important to highlight that population growth affects the Earth’s ability to withstand climate change and absorb emissions, when land is deforested to be transformed and adapted for agricultural and livestock use in order to feed a growing human population.
We are now adding more than 83 million people a year to our global population. The UN foresees that without further action to address population growth, the global population is expected to reach 8.6 billion in 2030, 9.8 billion in 2050 and 11.2 billion in 2100.
Carbon footprint mitigation
Greenhouse gas emissions may drop per-capita, but the population growth will continue to contribute to a dangerous increase in greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Therefore, it is imperative to take urgent steps to mitigate our carbon footprint.
Climate Change is a challenge we are all facing and fighting it should be a common goal. In this terms, achieving carbon neutrality is the best way, this should be a duty not only for companies, but it must also involve all stakeholders, customers, and suppliers, it is important that they are aware of their environmental impact.
We provide our customers the most efficient and satisfying offsetting experience. through a simple and easy process.
Our company offers its services to large corporations and entities, granting them access to our platform ClimateTrade. They can benefit from this tool just by integrating this carbon offsetting mechanism into their commercial transactions (customers / providers) (B2B2C).
Users will directly offset their carbon footprint by selecting the most suitable credits from the ones available, they will have full access to the records of all their transactions in their private account.
The Time is now, become carbon neutral.