Climate change is not a problem for the future – we are already feeling its consequences. According to the reports of the IPCC (International Panel on Climate Change), carbon dioxide emissions are the biggest contributor to the current situation, and the only way to avoid catastrophic consequences is to drastically reduce the amount of greenhouse gases that we release into the atmosphere. This is the moment when the entire world faces one of the greatest challenges in human history.
The Carbon Footprint Foundation, established at the beginning of 2019, is the answer to these very challenges. The Foundation works to build social awareness through educational projects and the publication of substantive content. Working with other non-governmental organizations, responsible business and experts, it co-creates a platform for the exchange of experiences in the field of implementing sustainable solutions. He believes that the coordinated efforts of people from different backgrounds and social education are the key to introducing real changes effectively preventing the climate crisis.
MISSION, VISION AND GOALS
The Foundation is the first foundation in Central and Eastern Europe to take up the subject of the carbon footprint on such a scale. Since 2019, it has been building a community of conscious people who will leave only a good mark. It carries out its mission by providing substantive content and proprietary calculation tools – for the individual and business.
The Foundation proves that climate protection and climate neutrality do not stand in the way of economic development, but only set new, sustainable directions. The founders strive for as many companies as possible to measure their carbon footprint, report emissions and reduce them, and pro-climate activities have become a standard in business, politics and broadly understood management. Despite the fact that environmental protection has been present in the social discussion for three decades, we see a constant need to broaden environmental awareness and to jointly counteract the climate catastrophe. To ultimately improve people’s quality of life.