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Industrial Pollution
Green IP have conducted research into the emissions that we create as a business, and have calculated our Corporate Carbon Footprint (CCF) for 2022-2023.

ClimatePartner is our partner in climate action that works with over 5000 clients in

35 countries.

ClimatePartner follows the Greenhouse Gas Protocol to calculate carbon footprints that are closely aligned with ISO 14064.

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 Greener Future

We are taking steps with our sustainability partner and are making meaningful reductions throughout the company. 

This includes the introduction of an electric vehicle fleet for business meetings and client visits, as well as looking to renewable energy providers of our office space.

12242 kghas been offset

Green IP have calculated our 2022 figures for Co2.
We calculate our carbon emissions annually, working to reduce its footprint where possible and offset where necessary.

Electric Fleet

For business travel, client meetings and commuting to the office, we have electric vehicles, including our brand new ID.Buzz, allowing us to carry the supplies we need, as well as doing good for the planet, reducing greenhouse gases especially in congested areas.

Green IP branded Volkswagen ID Buzz Van
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Renewable Energy

We are pleased to have the energy for our office provided by Octopus Energy which is 100% Renewable electricity.


This even powers our Electric Vehicle Charger, so the electricity that goes into the EV is renewable.

The Certified Carbon Offsetting Project
GreenIP will be supporting from 2023.

The expansion of renewable energy generation in Asia

Interest and demand for renewable energies are growing on the Asian continent as well. Climate projects generate necessary resources to drive the expansion of sustainable technologies. This renewable energy portfolio supports projects in several countries across Asia. 

One-third of greenhouse gas emissions comes from burning fossil fuels, such as coal and oil. This kind of energy generation is not only finite but has severe negative effects on the climate. To reduce CO2 emissions, mitigate the effects of climate change, and meet an ever-growing energy demand, it is essential to promote renewable energy sources.

The most popular sources of renewable energy are wind, solar, and hydropower. However, energy can also be harnessed from biogas and biomass plants using animal dung or organic residues. Another renewable source is geothermal energy, which is generated and stored in the earth.

Climate projects play an important role in transferring and implementing these technologies worldwide. Project activities not only avoid CO2 emissions but can also reduce a country’s dependency on fossil fuels, secure the energy supply, and provide jobs for local people.

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