Race to Net-Zero and incentive-systems

Josh Calabrese
Anna Earl

We can’t control it, but we can guide, design, and redesign it.

Nathan Queloz

On the first ax: mobilizing companies with the tools to influence their value-chain

The Financial Times published that; Big businesses are not the largest polluters, their value-chains however, are responsible for more than 5.5 times the emissions. This doesn’t come as a surprise, since production and procurement are often part of the corporate value chain that is outsourced.

On the second ax: Incentivizing your direct environment to make changes

The Dutch city Utrecht has shown that infrastructure costs were more than repaid by decreasing health costs linked to people living more active lives.

Lastly, the third ax: Enabling the natural capital markets through evidence and stakeholder inclusion.

By shifting the perspective on carbon offsetting — from buying carbon credits to making up for pollution, corporates with credits valued on the carbon absorption abilities of forests to preserve nature and biodiversity. By focusing on preservation, we enable benefit-sharing and empower local communities to create economies based on the value of carbon absorption using a transparent self-verification process through communities, satellite pictures, and other field data.

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