Scott Bader says that it has partnered with international habitat conservation trust World Land Trust (WLT) to offset its global carbon emissions.

The company has invested over £50,000 in WLT’s Carbon Balanced program to help offset its global carbon dioxide emissions in 2020 by protecting and restoring carbon-rich habitats and prevent the release of CO2.

During 2020, WLT offset a total of 43,773 tons of CO2 through the program, the equivalent of taking 20,754 average UK cars off the road for a year.

According to Scott Bader, this move is part of its 2036 vision of becoming a fully sustainable company.

‘Our work with WLT is another step towards achieving our 2036 vision,’ said Kevin Matthews, Scott Bader CE0. ‘We continue to work towards a sustainable future for us all.’

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