What is Carbon Neutral for a hairbrush?
Carbon Neutral is a term used to describe the state of an entity, where the carbon emissions caused by them have been balanced out by funding an equivalent amount of carbon savings elsewhere in the world.
A carbon ‘footprint’ is a way of describing what amount of greenhouse gases were added to the atmosphere as a result of some activity, as measured in the equivalent amount of carbon dioxide (CO2e). For example, the carbon footprint of a hairbrush using recycled material will be less than another brush using virgin plastic material.
How to achieve carbon neutrality？
Another way to reduce emissions and pursue carbon neutrality is to offset emissions in one sector by reducing them elsewhere. This can be achieved by investing in renewable energy, energy efficiency or other clean, low-carbon technologies. Our company is planning to achieve carbon neutrality through this approach.
JSIU has partnered with Climate Partner to achieve practical earth carbon neutrality through tree planting in Africa.