Companies of any size can use financial institutions and Carbon Xprint to quantify responsibility and demonstrate constructive sustainability to their supply chains and retail customers all while maintaining an asset on the balance sheet.Read more
That 70% of those in the Millennial and Latino communities would be willing to spend $20 a month extra on their energy bill if it significantly reduced greenhouse gases.
A 2% cash back credit card used for just the non-essential spending of an average Millennial would yield $270.28. By automatically directing those funds to Carbon Xprint term deposits they would balance a sizable portion of their carbon footprint without having to change their behavior. br>Read more
Using Carbon Xprint, universities can move beyond divestment and zero out the carbon footprint of the campus. Many universities can do this with just a small portion of their endowment and they still maintain the endowment. Read more
Carbon Xprint earned one of the coveted 750 spots from among more than 6,000 applicants at the 2015 Sustainable Innovation Forum (SIF15) in Paris. The 2-day forum took place amid the historic Conference of Parties (COP21) climate talks.