It’s not only the compensation, but above all the reduction of CO2 emissions that will make the decisive difference in the long term. This is why BE CLIMATE commits itself to reducing emissions caused along the entire supply chain.
“We motivate our partners to analyse their processes and tap their full potential for reduction. Many of the companies we work with have already implemented reduction measures and are now planning their next activities”, says Mike Port of Port International GmbH.
Ever since the beginning of this year, consumers have been able to get transparent and extensive information about the brand and the underlying concept through the website https://www.beclimate.com. In addition, a blog has now been launched with the intention to offer the consumer, among other things, deeper insight as well as interesting background information on the reduction projects of Port International and their partners: https://inside.beclimate.com
The scope of the measures is manifold and covers the areas solar energy, wind energy, revegetation, water treatment, e-drive, recycling, saving of fossil fuels, and energy efficiency. The individual blog posts will show to the interested reader, for example, how a Peruvian banana producer reuses the banana process water for the irrigation of their plantation, how a container terminal operates in a climate neutral way, and how a cucumber producer from Gran Canaria generates enough energy for the company by using their own wind parks.
Together with the launch of the blog, BE CLIMATE starts an eight-week social media campaign themed “We are BE CLIMATE because …”, which will pick up on the individual reduction categories and link them to the blog.