It’s Easy To Be Green
MintZero makes it simple and transparent to offset your business’ carbon emissions.
We know that going green isn’t always easy. There’s only so much you can reduce as a business - but you can offset the rest. That’s why MintZero provides easy to buy carbon credits that offset your emissions through trusted projects and partners.
Our rigorous project selection means your carbon credits support only the best carbon offset projects that are beneficial to both the planet and local community learn more
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Leading companies in the digital space that have calculated their carbon footprint, reduced where possible, and purchased equivalent carbon credit offsets are designated as a “Carbon Neutral Company x MintZero”. From startups to growing companies, the carbon neutrality movement is growing fast. Meet a few of its leaders.
"At Juancho Te Presta, being environmentally responsible is core to our way of doing business, so becoming carbon neutral is a natural step in our progress towards being a sustainable company."
Juan E. Saldarriaga, CEO and Co-founder, Juancho Te Presta.
Feb 13, 2023
Carbon emissions are the primary cause of global climate change. They are created by burning fossil fuels to generate electricity and produce goods or using cars that burn gas. Industrial activity has created a heavy reliance on burning fossil fuels and as demand has grown, so too has the production of pollution that causes major environmental harm. Deforestation also contributes to the release of carbon dioxide, as trees are a major natural resource for filtering and sequestering carbon from the atmosphere. In addition, plowing land for agricultural purposes releases stored CO2 when soil microorganisms are disturbed. The extra carbon dioxide in the atmosphere traps more heat than it should, causing temperatures to rise around the world and leading to unpredictable weather patterns.