What is Carbon Neutrality?
Carbon Neutrality is a concept that is defined as emitting a net zero amount of carbon dioxide.
Although the exact definition of the term varies within the business community, the purpose of carbon neutrality is to neutralize one's discharged pollution in the air.
Thus, the term may include other carbon footprint greenhouse gases such as methane (CH4) and nitrous oxide (N2O).
Typically, the concept involves balancing CO2 emissions with CO2 removal or offsetting practices. This usually includes donating to tree planting projects or buying credits from wind power and solar power projects.
Also, it can include using cleaner manufacturing practices and more renewable energy solutions to offset one's discharged pollution.