Uhrzeit.org, the leading onlineshop for watches and jewellery, is going ahead in clima protection: In partnership with the clima protection consultation ClimatePartner, we got the company-related greenhouse gas emissions out of a carbon footprint calculation and fully balanced these emissions through the support of a certificated clima protection project in Indonesia.
As a leading internet shop for watches and jewellery , we naturally take responsibility concerning clima protection.
Company, products and services are clima neutral, if their carbon footprint is calculated and through emmission certifications out of known clima protection projects balanced. Uhrzeit.org balances greenhouse gas emissions through supporting a forest conservation project in Brazil– certified by Verified Carbon Standard (VCS).
Uhrzeit.org is a clima neutral company. The calculation of a carbon footprint is the foundation in the entrepreneurial clima protection. In partnership with ClimatePartner (www.climatepartner.com), we got the company-related greenhouse gas emissions out of a carbon footprint calculation and fully balanced these emissions through the support of a certificated clima protection project in Brazil.
www.Uhrzeit.org is fully clima neutral. A website is clima neutral, if the CO2-emmisions that arise out of the power consumption of the servers, the data transfer and the user´s end devices, are calculated and balanced through the support of a certificated clima protection project.
All orders at Uhrzeit.org are clima neutral delivered. Certain emissions are considered concerning the delivery: the fuel consumption of the transports, the power consumption and buyed transport-services. All greenhouse gas emissions are are calculated and balanced through the support of a certificated (VCS) clima protection project in Brazil.
Uhrzeit.org offsets all greenhouse gas emissions by supporting a Verified Carbon Standard (VCS) certified forest conservation project in the Portel region of Brazil. This project will preserve the rainforest in this region. The aim is to save land in the Amazon region from cultivation by large soy plantations and instead to secure the land rights for these areas for the local "Riberinhos". This saves the rainforest from deforestation on the one hand and the survival of the indigenous and extinct animal species on the other. The deforestation and cultivation of these areas releases a lot of CO2 into the atmosphere - this project now saves an average amount of 364,244 tonnes of CO2 annually. Furthermore, by supporting the local people, who are unfortunately among the poorest in this region, financial inequality will be reduced.
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