Carbon neutral is when we emit, or cause to be emitted, no additional carbon dioxide, CO2, into the atmosphere (besides from breathing!). AKA carbon zero and net-zero.
A carbon zero economy is when sustainability is at the heart of everything: power, industry, agriculture, transportation, your daily life. Imagine a world where all cars are solar-powered, where factory farming doesn’t exist. A world where we all work and live and use power and travel smartly. That’s a carbon zero economy and that’s where we need to be, quickly.
Carbon negative is when we absorb more CO2 than we emit. We can remove large amounts of CO2 by planting industrial hemp and other plants and trees at scale. AKA Carbon positive!
Atmospheric CO2 has increased by 45% since the Industrial Revolution began in 1750.
Your carbon footprint represents your contribution of CO2 to the atmosphere.
Wikipedia on carbon offset: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carbon_offset
- Climate is now a weapon
- The opportunity for tech to save the world, Dublin Tech Summit report, #DTS22
- Everyone can do their part – UN Secretary-General
- Thailand removes hemp from its list of controlled drugs
- How you can help achieve all 17 UN Global Goals and make a better world