To be carbon neutral, one must strike a balance between generating carbon and absorbing it in carbon sinks. Carbon sequestration is the process of removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and storing it later. When carried out correctly, “carbon-neutral” procedures result in a net zero production of carbon dioxide.
The goal of carbon-neutral shipping is to lessen the environmental impact of shipping packages. Switching to carbon-neutral shipping takes us closer to protecting the environment and is a significant effort in helping to monitor our carbon dioxide emissions because carbon dioxide is one of the main causes of climate change.
Carbon-neutral shipping can be accomplished in a variety of methods. Working with a fulfilment company that offers sustainable and efficient solutions for product packaging and delivery is one method to go about it.
For instance, the third-party logistics (3PL) firm ShipBob works with Ecocart to integrate and offers online retailers carbon-neutral delivery options.
By letting your customers select carbon offsets on an order-by-order basis and enabling you to offset the carbon effect of product manufacturing and even last-mile delivery, ShipBob collaborates with Ecocart to help you buy carbon credits.
The Global Carbon neutral logistics market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
A 100% carbon-neutral biofuel sailing option has been launched by NORDEN.Customers wishing to decarbonize their supply chains now have a carbon-neutral biofuel sailing alternative thanks to NORDEN.
The biofuel sailing is the first of a number of environmentally friendly freight goods that will be made available to clients this year as part of NORDEN’s shift to carbon-free shipping. With the first carbon-neutral freight contract in the works, NORDEN has acquired a supply of biofuel generated from used cooking oil.
Biofuel has the benefit over other alternative fuels in that it may be utilised on board already built ships without requiring any changes to the way the engines are already built. With improved global production and the ability to produce biofuels from fresh alternative sources, NORDEN wants to expand its biofuel portfolio.
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