To date, the concept of Carbon Neutrality in the business sector has been approached in different and sometimes divergent ways. Very often the term is interchanged with Climate Neutrality, but when we talk about climate neutrality we refer to the neutralization of other greenhouse gases (GHGs) and climate-altering substances in general, not just CO2 emissions.
The goal of Carbon Neutrality is essential for an active contribution to the fight against climate change and the maintenance of global temperatures below 1.5 ° C: without the achievement of the Net-Zero Emissions goal, i.e. the balance of net greenhouse gas emissions produced by man and absorbed/removed (eg by Nature Based Solutions - Gas Capture and Storage), the concentration of CO2 in our atmosphere will continue to rise, making it impossible to combat global warming.
Companies that intend to undertake a path of "neutralization" or "compensation" of residual emissions that for technological or economic limitations they cannot avoid, can rely on experts able to develop together with the company a strategy to achieve CO2 neutrality.