Proud to Be Carbon Neutral
Talk about making a positive impact on our planet! Petcurean is carbon neutral for our Scope 1 & 2 GHG emissions. And we're not stopping there. Read on!
We’re Tackling Our Emissions with the Gusto of a Bulldog
We launched an all-out effort to achieve carbon neutrality in 2021, and since then we’ve been full speed to reduce our GHG emissions across our value chain as much as possible.
- First, we partnered with a 3rd party company to calculate and verify our Scope 1 & 2 GHG emissions for fiscal years 2020, 2021, and 2022
- We then used the data to establish our baseline and to determine our reduction goals
- Next, we partnered with a verified, trusted carbon offset partner to offset the Scope 1 & 2 GHG emissions we couldn't reduce ourselves
- Now we're laser-focused on reducing our Scope 1 & 2 emissions. Any emissions we can't reduce, we'll continue to offset through trusted partnerships.
Our Journey to Carbon Neutrality and Emissions Reduction
Carbon Neutrality Supports Our United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Priorities
Being carbon neutral and reducing our emissions supports our commitment to United Nations SDG 12: Responsible Consumption & Production and SDG 13: Climate Action.
Read our latest Sustainability Impact Report for full details about our GHG emissions.
We Have Bold Ambitions
Our ambitious-yet-achievable objective is to reduce our Scope 1 and 2 emissions by 20% by 2030! And because we believe our planet is worth fighting for, we've set a goal to start calculating our Scope 3 emissions in 2023. These are a few actions we're taking to support these objectives:
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When the amount of carbon dioxide a company emits into the atmosphere is equal to the amount they remove.
A way for companies to invest in environmental projects that lower the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, for instance, by planting trees.
A certified B Corp company that’s pioneering regenerative agriculture to preserve biodiversity. They offer carbon offset programs for businesses and individuals.
GHG emissions released directly from a company, such as the heat used to heat a company's offices, or gasoline burned in a company's leased vehicles.
Indirect GHG emissions released from the electricity a company purchases.
Indirect GHG emissions released from the electricity and natural gas a company purchases (e.g. lighting, heat).
Indirect GHG emissions from a company’s supply chain.
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