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Carbon Footprint Foundation was established in early 2019 as our answer to the challenges concerning the climate and the environment that our world is facing. By carrying out various educational projects, we strive towards establishing widespread social awareness. Through cooperation with other non-government organizations, responsible businesses and national institutions, we want to contribute to building a platform for sharing experiences. Our mission is to create a community of people who, aware of the importance of caring for the environment, will leave behind a positive impact!
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Ecoanalysis – how we chose our Partners for CFS 2020
Organising a climate summit, especially for the very first time and especially in these unpredictable times is no easy task. Every event needs its partners, but our foundation is determined to only work with companies who set an example for other businesses and show that care for the climate goes together with successful entrepreneurship. There […]
Carbon Footprint Challenge Awards
Climate change poses enormous challenges for everyone. Companies and businesses will be the ones who bear a substantial part of the responsibility of lowering the global carbon footprint. We do not need a mere change, we need a transformation – and to pull off such an endeavour, business needs inspirations and examples to follow. This […]
Pranamat – how care for the environment goes together with care for the product
Choosing products created with care for the planet is always a good idea in line with the philosophy of voting with one’s wallet. In addition to that, such products are increasingly likely to be of better quality and safer for their users, since the manufacturer’s code of conduct adheres to the principles of transparency and […]
Opel and its pursuit of sustainability in transport
The automotive industry stands before many challenges in the upcoming years. In Europe, emissions from transport amount to 27% of the continent’s total carbon footprint and out of this amount, 72% of CO2 is released to the atmosphere because of road transport (data from 2017). Lowering that negative impact though phasing out fossil fuels is […]
E-waste management – problems and opportunities
Electronic waste contains various substances that pose a threat to the environment and human health. However, it is also a source of materials that can be recovered and reused. What is the recycling potential of e-waste? Is there any way to reduce its harmful effects?
The environmental cost of electronic waste
As more and more electronics are sold worldwide, the amount of electronic waste generated every year increases rapidly – according to the UN, in 2050 it is going to be over twice as much as today. It makes up 5% of global waste and in Europe, it is the fastest-growing stream of waste. What exactly […]
How does Fairtrade work towards a better coffe market?
Most of us can hardly imagine life without coffee. We love it for its unique aroma and taste, but above all, for its energising properties. An average American, similarly to the statistical citizen of Germany or Brazil, consumes ten kilograms of coffee a year. It is no surprise that the coffee market is continuously growing, […]
Online shopping – is it good or bad for the planet?
Online shopping is easy, accessible, affordable and sometimes advertised as more environmentally friendly than going to a traditional store. In reality, however, the environmental footprint of buying on the Internet depends on many factors and so this marketing catchphrase is not always true. How does traditional shopping compare to buying online?
Urban delivery – how can cities minimise their negative impact?
E-commerce has grown substantially during the last few years. More and more businesses move online and many new digital business models show up. If nothing changes, by 2021 even 2.1 billion people are expected to buy online. This will translate into more urban deliveries, causing numerous problems for the city dwellers and the environment. What […]