t33: a "Carbon Neutral" company


Since 2010, t33 has taken care to reduce its Carbon footprint and achieve a good level of environmental sustainability. To reach these goals, t33 has estimated the CO2 emissions deriving from the various company activities.


Until 2020, the typology of emissions had not changed significantly during the time. Most of them were due to employees/members business trips (mainly by plane and train), to employees/members commuting and, to a lesser extent, to natural gas, electricity and consumption. 

Due to the Covid 19 pandemic, in 2020 and in 2021 travels and commuting have been significantly reduced (almost to zero), while the smart-working has grown considerably. In this context, a significant part of the CO2 emissions derives from the use of the internet, cloud platforms and all other digital technologies, which have an impact that cannot be overlooked.

For the year 2021, t33 has estimated CO2 emissions equal to 21.846 tons.
 
In order to reach carbon neutrality, each year t33 firstly adopts specific practices for an internal reduction of its emissions with the aim of limiting the overall emissions produced. However, considering its peculiarities, t33 is not able to eliminate its emissions completely through internal green practices and it needs to rely on offsets mechanism too.  
 
t33 has decided to neutralize its emissions for the year 2021 through carbon credits made by sustainable agriculture projects. The credits used were certified by the third-party body ICIM SpA following the collaboration with Agatheia Srl.     
          
The credits purchased completely neutralized the tons of CO2 that the company emitted in 2021.