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  1. Purchasing high quality carbon credits is an effective way to contribute the transition to a low-carbon, climate secure world. A carbon offset represents one tonne of carbon dioxide equivalent (tCO2e) that hasn’t been emitted into the atmosphere. Offsets come from on-the-ground projects and activities to reduce carbon emissions; for example, by switching to more sustainable fuel sources, or by planting trees that soak up CO2 from the air. In 2018, the carbon market reached 144 billion euros. Source: Climate Active However, prices of carbon credits used by companies to offset th
  2. This year's theme is Ecosystem Restoration and the UN has released a new report which highlights that humanity is using about 1.6 times the amount of services that nature can provide sustainably. That means conservation efforts alone are insufficient to prevent large-scale ecosystem collapse and biodiversity loss. Global terrestrial restoration costs – not including costs of restoring marine ecosystems – are estimated to be at least USD 200 billion per year by 2030. The report outlines that every 1 USD invested in restoration creates up to USD 30 in economic benefits. Ec
  3. New measures will require businesses to commit to net zero by 2050 before they can bid for major government contracts The measures announced on World Environment Day will require businesses to commit to net zero by 2050 and publish clear and credible carbon reduction plans before they can bid for major government contracts. Under the new measures, by September, prospective suppliers bidding for contracts above £5million a year will need to have committed to the government’s target of net zero by 2050 and have published a carbon reduction plan.
  4. Location: London Description Do you have previous social media experience and a passion for climate action? We are looking for a Social media and Community Lead to help us manage the content creation across Climax Community’s digital platforms and create engagement with the community. We are looking for a dynamic individual with experience in content creation and social media and community management. The ideal candidate should excel in create, maintain, and increase our social media presence and following and be able to represent the company in order to discover and carry through ne
  5. Location: Belfast Description We are on the lookout for a Front-end Developer, who is passionate about greentech, to join our small and agile team dedicated to building our innovative climate change mitigation software products. You will help optimise the design and structure of our web applications and dashboard, to boost functionality and create an effective user experience. You will have experience with the technologies used to design and develop a complex, productive and visually stunning user interface, including: HTML5, CSS, LESS, JavaScript, React JS, Vue JS, Bootstrap
  6. Location: Belfast Description We are on the lookout for a Back-end Developer, who is passionate about greentech, to join our small and agile team responsible for the development and creation of our innovative climate change mitigation software products. You will be responsible for the server-side web logic, and work to improve current back-end applications and processes. Duties include: Development of Servlet and microservices for the platform Design and implement REST services for the platform Deploy and manage the AWS infrastructure of the platform
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