Carbon Footprint

Since President Xi Jinping made a solemn commitment to the international community during the general debate of the 75th United Nations General Assembly, he confirmed that our country’s mission was to reach the emission peak in 2030 and carbon neutrality in 2060. From then on, emission peak and carbon neutrality have quickly become the focus of all walks of life in China. One of humanity’s essential needs is a healthy environment to live in. In the face of the urgency of tackling global climate change, many countries have also upgraded their national self-help contribution goals on the basis of the 2010 Paris Agreement. Against the backdrop of the global shift to low-carbon, green and sustainable development, global carbon reduction is both a pressure and an opportunity for both countries and enterprises. Climate change has become an important issue for the sustainable development of global industry and commerce, and the carbon footprint assessment is the first step for companies to take conscious actions to tackle global warming. Carbon footprint, which indicates the total set of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions caused by an organization, event, product or person. "Carbon" is the natural resources composed of carbon elements, such as oil, coal and wood. The more carbon we consume, the more carbon dioxide which is the main culprit of earth warming we have. We know that everything has its own carbon footprint, and can be measured in different ways, but it's not just about carbon dioxide (although it's most common compared to other greenhouse gases), other greenhouse gases include (but not limited to): methane, ozone, nitrous oxide, sulfur hexafluoride, hydrofluorocarbons, perfluoro and chlorocarbons, etc.

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