What is a carbon offset?

Carbon offset refers to the compensation for greenhouse gas emissions that are hard to reduce even with various strategic efforts such as credit purchases for emission reductions and absorptions elsewhere.

A system with high economic rationality

In developed countries such as Japan and many western countries, high-efficiency equipment has already been introduced so a significant amount of capital and time is needed for changes in workflow and investments for effective reduction of CO2 emissions.
Even with CO2 reduction measures, emission can never be reduced to zero as long as corporations are still functioning.

No matter how hard corporations work on carbon reductions, there are still notable emissions and this is why the carbon offset system was born- to quantify the reduction in the form of credits in exchange for technologies and funds that decrease CO2 emission.

By utilizing the carbon offset system, corporations provide partial funds and technologies for projects in developing countries and other regions to reduce CO2 emissions efficiently. This is much more economically rational than spending efforts for their own investment; it also helps to stand out their efforts in quantitative greenhouse gas reduction.

Our goal is to not only reduce CO2 emissions but ensure the best personalized solution in consideration of requirements from the target investors, clients, and target consumer market.

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