-  the greenwerk. offsets its carbon footprint - 21.11.2018
unfccc_climate_neutral_1776609_5341__1542817827.jpgAs every year we have voluntary offset our yearly emission that are currently unavoidable. To compensate the emissions related mainly to our travel activities around the world in 2017 we acquired CO2 offsets with sustainable co-benefits from the Improved Cook Stove Project 1 in Malawi implemented by RIPPLE Africa, a UK charity.

The cook stove project has so far replaced about 40,000 traditional three-stone cooking fires with fuel efficient cook stoves and benefits approximately 200,000 people in Malawi. It is reducing greenhouse gases emissions as well as preventing deforestation and respiratory diseases in the population.

Find out more about the Improved Cook Stove Project 1 at Ripple Africa
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