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First Certified 2019

1. Measure
To become Climate Neutral Certified, Niyama5 Studio has measured the greenhouse gases it emitted when making and delivering products to its customers.

2. Offset
Its carbon footprint of 10 metric tonnes of CO2e has been fully offset.

3. Reduce
The company is implementing plans to reduce its footprint in 2020.

Climate Neutral Certified Badge
1

Measure

Niyama5 Studio used 2019 operational data to estimate its carbon footprint for the year:

Direct Emissions Ⓘ

Direct Emissions

Emissions from fossil fuels and refrigerants used in company buildings, fleets, and equipment.

tCO2e
Indirect Emissions Ⓘ

Indirect Emissions

Emissions from the electricity, and sometimes steam and cold water, used in company facilities.

tCO2e
Supply Chain Emissions Ⓘ

Supply Chain Emissions

Emissions from raw materials, manufacturing, shipping, air travel, and other activities in the supply chain.

tCO2e
Total 2019 Carbon Footprint Ⓘ

Total Carbon Footprint

The sum of all product materials, manufacturing, use, and end of life emissions.

10

tCO2e
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Offset

The entire carbon footprint was offset using verified carbon credits.
Carbon Credits for 2019
10
tCO2e
Total 2019 Investment in Carbon Credits
$46.20

Niyama5 Studio's credits came from:

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Forests
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Landfills

10

tCO2e
2019
Emission Offsets

10

tCO2e
Lifetime Total
Emission Offsets
3

Reduce

Niyama5 Studio is implementing a Reduction Action Plan to reduce emissions from within its own operations and supply chain.

  • Purchase recycled or biodegradable materials from suppliers to reduce emissions from non-sustainable materials.

  • Source materials locally or closer to the point of production to reduce our carbon footprint.

Other Sustainability Notes

100 years from now, we want our grandchildren to still be able to swim in a blue ocean and look up to a sky that isn’t gray and polluted. We want them to see wild animals living free in nature. And we want them to be able to visit flourishing National Parks instead of giant land fills.

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