Carbon Neutrality by Textile Industries

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What is carbon neutrality?
Carbon neutralitis a state of zero carbon dioxide emissions. Climate change is one of the most important reasons for increased environmental changes and a global problem as well. The relationship between emissions of greenhouse gases and climate change is a scientific certainty, to prevent this phenomenon we have the concept of carbon neutrality.

Carbon Neutrality - State of Zero Co2 emissions

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Why do we need carbon neutrality?
Carbon neutrality is really important, to combat all these climatic changes as we humans are the cause of all environmental changes, from emitting industrial gases into the atmosphere, deforestation, land pollution, etc.,

How we can reduce emissions?
Our everyday life is always related to the environment  - from food, transport, and energy we consume to waste management. The production and consumption of the fossil fuels such as oil, coal, and natural gas always leave their toxic footprints on the earth undoubtedly.

Carbon Neutrality reduces the negative impact on the environment by achieving net zero emissions. It can be done by following a few eco-friendly initiatives such as

  1. Reducing energy consumption,
  2. Improving Energy Efficiency,
  3. Utilizing Low carbon techniques,
  4. Increase the use of renewable resources,
  5. Use alternatives for fossil fuels,
  6. Emit fewer or zero Greenhouse gases.

Sustainable activities like wind mills, Bio gas plants are also adopted by many bigger organizations. Even with so many technologies around, we are unable to reduce to zero emission of greenhouse gases, but still, we can try reducing them. Reducing the emission and helping others to reduce the emission of these Green houses plays a vital role in the social and environmental component that contributes to sustainability.

India’s Goal to attain Carbon Neutrality
India is the 4th largest country to emit carbon dioxide with an increased population. In comparison to other countries, India emits about 1.9 tonnes of Co2, per head of population in 2019. The Honorable Prime minister of India made a pledge to become a net zero emission country in 2070 after the 26th conference of parties CoP26.
India Will a net zero emission country by 2070

Five important points that are included in CoP26 are,

  1. By 2030, India will get its non-fossil energy capacity to 500 gigawatt
  2. By 2030, India will meet its energy requirements by 50% through renewable  Energies,
  3. By 2030, India will reduce the total projected carbon emissions by one billion tonnes,
  4. The intensity of carbon in its economy will be reduced to less than 45 % by 2030.
  5. Following all these India will achieve the target of net zero by 2070.

Palli Village in Jammu's Samba district has become Carbon neutral panchayat. It is the first village to become carbon neutral with the installation of 500 KW of solar power plants

Classic Polo’s Contribution
Classic Polo is one of India’s finest mid-premium brands that produce A-Z of men's wardrobe collection with great quality & style. As an eco-friendly organization, it follows various sustainable activities such as Carbon Neutrality, Windmills, Solar energy, Rain water harvesting, Bio Gas plants, and Zero liquid discharge.

While air- pollution has been a major concern for the environmentalists to tackle, Classic Polo’s social wing initiative - ‘Vanathukkul Tiruppur’ on the other hand balances the equation. The group has planted over 12 lakhs Trees in a short span through an NGO named ‘Vetry’, under the banner of Vanathukkul Tiruppur Initiative. The group is a huge connoisseur of the environment. These 1.2 million trees have generated more than Rs.502Crore worth of oxygen to date.

Classic Polo is not only a fashion brand but also an environmentally friendly brand. 

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