What is Carbon Neutral?

Carbon neutral is a state where zero net carbon emissions are released into the atmosphere. These carbon emissions are generated from driving, walking, creating waste and so on. While there are ways we can minimize carbon emissions, certain emissions cannot be avoided. This is when carbon offset comes in. Carbon offsetting allows you to pay for your emissions which is then use to plant trees, invest in clean energy or create opportunities for communities to better their livelihoods or health.

Do You Think Carbon Offsetting is Effective in Achieving a Carbon Neutral World?

This mechanism offers the most cost-effective and economically-effective way of reducing greenhouse gas. It is the responsibility of every individual, businesses and government organizations to take steps in reducing carbon emissions and offset those that cannot be avoidable.

How do you hold stakeholders accountable for Carbon Offsetting?

  • Follow up on Civil Society Organizations (CSOs).
  • Lend your voice to advocate for carbon offsetting policies and create awareness.
  • Institute systems that will make people pay for carbon emissions.

 

Ways The Urban Population Can Adopt Sustainable Waste Management Practice:

The government should be held responsible for policies and implementation.

It is the work of Civil Society Organizations to track defaulters and report them to the necessary government agency.

Be an active citizen and follow up.

 

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