Kappa Bioscience Attains Carbon Neutral Workforce

Sunset in the Forest of Ikalalao on the island of Nosy Boraha (St.Marie), Madagascar.

Oslo, Norway—Kappa Bioscience’s workforce is now wholly carbon neutral, according to a post on LinkedIn.

Kappa partnered with Ecologi to offset its employees’ carbon footprint by planting trees. According to Ecologi’s website, Kappa has planted 2,668 trees, for a carbon reduction of 193.37 tons—the equivalent of 479,751 miles driven in a car. The company has earned the “3 months climate positive” badge.

Other projects Kappa has supported include generating onshore wind energy in Taiwan and protecting forests in northern Zimbabwe.

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