January 21, 2021
We are proud to announce that Klohn Crippen Berger (KCB) is carbon neutral for 2021. For a second year
, KCB has partnered with climate and sustainable development expert, ClimateCare
, to offset carbon emissions associated with the company’s air travel. This year we will also be offsetting carbon emissions from our global operations. The on-going partnership reflects KCB’s continued commitment to sustainability
in our business practices.
“I believe when the world can look back on the current decade, climate change will be seen as the major challenge of our time and we will be judged on how we reacted as individuals and companies. I am proud that in addition to our world-class capabilities in hydropower and sustainable development, we are doing our part to mitigate our carbon footprint,” says Len Murray, KCB President & CEO.
Through our partnership with ClimateCare, KCB is investing in projects that not only cut carbon emissions and tackle climate change but improve the lives of people around the world. The projects include two world-leading clean cooking projects, Gyapa Cookstoves
in Ghana and Burn Cookstoves
in Kenya, Bondhu Chula Cookstoves
in Bangladesh, and wind
and solar energy
projects in India.
ClimateCare’s Director of Partnerships, Robert Stevens explains: "We work with forward-thinking organisations to turn their climate responsibilities into positive outcomes. Our trademark Climate+Care approach helps organisations take a smart approach to addressing their environmental impacts by offsetting their carbon emissions through projects which also support sustainable development”.
About Klohn Crippen Berger
KCB has a long history of participating in some of the largest and most challenging engineering projects in the world; projects that have helped develop resources, reclaim landscapes, build communities and stimulate economies. In fact, our projects continue to stand the test of time and, today, we work on many sites that we helped develop decades ago.
We have a strong reputation for quality work and technical experience in a range of services. Our commitment to excellence is the driving force behind everything we do and, as a result, we are the recipient of over 50 project awards.
KCB is committed to sustainability in all aspects of our business. To support our vision to “Build a Better World”, we balance social, environmental and economic considerations to meet the needs of our clients, the communities where we work, our employees and other key stakeholders. We publish our progress in our annual Sustainability Report.
Find out more at https://klohn.com/about-us/kcb-sustainability/
ClimateCare is dedicated to tackling climate change and improving lives. It aims to make our world a climate neutral one – where everyone takes full responsibility for their carbon footprint. ClimateCare helps organisations take responsibility for their climate impact by financing, developing and managing carbon reduction projects across the world. Based in Oxford and Nairobi, ClimateCare helped create the voluntary carbon market and pioneered carbon finance for community development projects. Some of the largest carbon offsetting programmes in the world are delivered by ClimateCare. Leading organisations and governments trust ClimateCare to solve complex climate and sustainability issues. With ClimateCare by their side, they can be confident on their journey to Net Zero. As an award-winning profit with purpose Certified B Corporation, ClimateCare is recognised as setting the highest standards. Values and integrity are at the heart of all it does – just as they have been since it was founded in 1997. These values are underpinned by strong environmental credentials, a commercial focus on risk management and a proud record of delivering outstanding results for clients.
Find out more at www.climatecare.org
ClimateCare on Twitter: @ClimateCare