A zero-carbon economy in all sectors
Since COP21 and with the Paris Agreement, a growing number of nations and companies have committed themselves to combating climate change and pursuing the common goal of the Carbon Neutrality.
Global emissions reached their all-time high in 2010, amounting to 49 billion tons of CO2. An increase of 1 billion tons of CO2 equivalent per year released into the atmosphere.The need to completely decarbonise our economies is one of the key points of the "Global Warming of 1.5 ° C", the report published by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
Carbon neutrality is a fundamental prerequisite for stabilizing global temperatures. Without achieving the Net Zero Emissions goal, or the total elimination of net emissions of greenhouse gases produced, the concentration of CO₂ in our atmosphere will continue to rise, making it impossible to contrast global warming.
However, stronger climatic action is needed to accelerate the transition to a zero-carbon economy in all sectors. Companies that want to undertake a path of "neutrality" or "offset" of emissions must rely on experts able to develop together with the company the realization of the best strategy for achieving CO2 neutrality.