Carbon Neutral Certification
Carbon neutrality is a state of balancing carbon dioxide emissions with reductions. This can be achieved by balancing emissions of GHG emissions with its removal (often through carbon offsetting) or by eliminating emissions from the operations by switching to clean energy sources.
There are several global recognised bodies that provide carbon neutral certification. Some of the most widely used certification are Climate Neutral Now platform by UNFCCC, Carbon trust, PAS 2060 etc.
To be come carbon neutral an organisation offsets its emissions using carbon credits from projects that reduce GHG emissions.
Measure your emissions.
Reduce the emissions as much as possible
Invest in projects that reduce carbon emissions and secure carbon credits equivalent to your emissions