The carbon footprint, measured in units of carbon dioxide, is a measure of the damage caused to the environment by human activities in terms of the amount of greenhouse gases produced, and consists of two main parts: the direct (primary) footprint and the indirect (secondary) footprint. The primary footprint is the measure of direct CO2 emissions from the combustion of fossil fuels, including domestic energy consumption and transport (e.g., cars and aircraft), while the secondary footprint is a measure of the indirect CO2 emissions associated with the manufacture and eventual degradation of the products, we use from the entire life cycle. In other words, it refers to the sum of carbon gas released into the atmosphere during the production of the energy required for every product we buy or every activity we perform.FOOTPRINT CALCULATOR
Today, many enterprises and public institutions have adopted the understanding of being carbon neutral, which is known as an application that will reset the emissions arising from their own activities, that is, their negative externalities, for the purpose of social responsibility. The most important tool developed for this purpose is the carbon offsetting method.
Carbon Offset Method is the neutralization of the greenhouse gas released in one place by preventing the greenhouse gas released from another place or by ingesting/trapping the same amount of greenhouse gas in the atmosphere. In other words, it can also be defined as providing financial support to projects that save the same amount of carbon in another place in return for the carbon emissions generated by an institution, or the purchase of carbon certificates that are documented to have occurred in those projects.
Carbon offsetting is a system in which there is no intervention of states and where a voluntary basis is applied. The point to be considered here is that carbon reduction measures to be carried out within the body of institutions and organizations are a priority. Evadore, on the other hand, will apply the carbon offsetting method with its own work and contribute to carbon balancing by leading this process and gathering institutions and organizations in the Evadore ecosystem.
You can earn $EVP by completing the tasks in the CarbonEva app in order, and you can spend the $EVPs you accumulate by converting them to $EVA! You can also support our projects aiming to reduce carbon emissions around the world by purchasing carbon credits through the EvaStore application, which will be made available soon, with the $EVAs you have accumulated. Support us to help us implement our strategies and complete carbon emission reduction projects around the world!