Woman-Owned Cloud Accounting Practice Commits To Become Climate Neutral Certified

Kent-based cloud accounting firm will measure and offset its 2020 carbon footprint and reduce emissions moving forward

KENT, UK – CLIC ACCOUNTING is proud to announce it has committed to become Climate Neutral Certified. The company will be working with Climate Neutral, an independent non-profit organisation that helps companies measure their carbon footprint, offset it in its entirety by purchasing quality carbon credits, and reduce emissions moving forward.

The Kent-based, woman-owned digital practice has been working towards climate neutrality since their launch in 2016, employing a fully remote workforce, and providing their service entirely online and paperlessly.

“Making an official commitment to become Climate Neutral Certified is an exciting step for us,” said Clic co-founder Donna Martin. “Achieving certification will solidify our ambition to be a truly sustainable, climate-conscious company.”

Climate Neutral has set rigorous certification standards that all companies must meet before being granted the Climate Neutral Certified status. Once all three steps have been completed, certified brands can use the Climate Neutral Certified label on products, packaging, and marketing materials. The label shows consumers and stakeholders that a brand is committed to taking immediate steps on climate action.

“Consumers today are yearning for evidence that companies are aware of their contribution to climate change and committed to erasing it,” said Climate Neutral CEO Austin Whitman. “We’re thrilled to have Clic commit to this journey. Soon they will join our growing list of certified companies that are proving that we’re living in a new era of leadership on climate by top brands.” 

Find out more about Clic’s commitment to climate neutrality at clicHQ.com, and learn more about how the Climate Neutral Certified process is helping decrease global carbon emissions and browse certified and committed brands at climateneutral.org.

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