Blog – Net Zero Carbon Differs from Carbon Neutral

Dr Torill Bigg, Chief Carbon Reduction Engineer, Tunley Engineering.
As understanding of the climate disaster will increase and the harm to ourselves, the surroundings, business, trade and the economy that may follow, so a want to not solely reduce carbon however to be seen reducing carbon increases.
Two seemingly interchangeable terms often seen are ‘Carbon Neutral’ and ‘Net Zero Carbon’. The two, however, are not the same thing.
Carbon neutral refers to a policy of not rising carbon emissions and of achieving carbon reduction by way of offsets. While Net zero Carbon means making changes to scale back carbon emissions to the bottom quantity – and offsetting as a final resort. The offsetting is used to counteract the important emissions that stay in any case obtainable reduction initiatives have been implemented.
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