Due to the climate crisis, the United Nations, informed by the world's leading scientists, have agreed that to limit disastrous climate change, we need to aim for carbon neutrality by 2050 (meaning we remove as much carbon from the atmosphere as we pollute it with). This is not just something governments and businesses have to be concerned with, but individuals too.
We know that our Luno mattresses enable individuals to explore our beautiful earth on 4-wheels. But with that comes the carbon emissions of the rig you're driving. So, we want to help you offset all of those road-trip emissions (and more!) in order to play a small part in reversing the climate crisis our world faces today. That way we can all keep exploring our beautiful planet for decades to come.
How are carbon emissions offset?
Carbon emissions are offset through projects around the world that either remove carbon from the atmosphere or reduce the amount of carbon that would have otherwise been emitted. For example, planting trees offsets carbon emissions because trees absorb carbon dioxide as they grow. Other examples include green energy projects like wind and solar farms, which reduce carbon emissions that would have otherwise occurred from the burning of coal and fossil fuels.