Natural Capital Partners has verified the UPS shipment program and certified it to be CarbonNeutral in accordance with The CarbonNeutral Protocol.
UPS offers customers the ability to counter balance the carbon dioxide emissions generated by the transport of their packages through carbon offsetting. This means that for every tonne of CO2 a package produces in transportation, an equivalent amount of CO2 is saved by a verified emission reduction project somewhere else in the world. By participating in the UPS carbon neutral program, customers will be supporting emissions reduction projects that help mitigate the climate impact of shipping their parcels.
CarbonNeutral® shipment is a proprietary trademark of Natural Capital Partners and is a world-leading brand mark which guarantees the quality and credibility of the UPS carbon neutral shipment program.
Permission to display the CarbonNeutral® mark is given to clients when CO2 emissions have been measured and reduced to net zero through a program implemented in accordance with The CarbonNeutral Protocol.
The Protocol assures the integrity of the carbon footprint assessments, the quality of the offsets purchased and the guarantee that the program has reduced emissions to net zero. The CarbonNeutral Protocol is overseen by a board of independent advisors to Natural Capital Partners.
By using the CarbonNeutral® shipment accreditation, UPS is sending a powerful message about its commitment to taking responsible action to reduce its climate impact.
To find out more about CarbonNeutrality and The CarbonNeutral Protocol visit carbonneutral.com.
How the UPS CarbonNeutral shipment program works
Customers taking part in the UPS carbon neutral program pay a small incremental amount to offset the climate impact of the delivery of each of their packages.
31% of Fortune Global 500 companies are carbon neutral or have a public commitment to become carbon neutral.
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