Carbon neutrality is defined as having net-zero carbon dioxide emissions. By extracting carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, or by balancing carbon dioxide emissions with removal, this can be accomplished (typically through carbon offsetting).
At COP26, India has set a target to achieve net zero by 2070 (Ministry of External Affairs, 2021). The following year at COP27, India submitted its first Long-term Strategy for Low Carbon Development (LTS), providing strategic direction for the economy and individual sectors in support of the previously announced and submitted targets. In the LTS, India outlines sector-specific action areas, targeting the power, industry, transport, building, and urban sectors. Apart from the Carbon footprint assessment, we design the roadmap to achieve carbon neutrality and an effective carbon management plan for targeted sectors.
As regulatory frameworks on businesses around permissible carbon emission limits and carbon trading are getting strengthened around the globe, businesses are taking proactive initiatives to record their carbon emissions and devise ways to reduce the same. GSSPL has a vast knowledge base in carbon neutrality. Our carbon neutrality services can benefit you greatly as we can help you