LeasePlan partners with Land Life Company to help make every trip carbon neutral
LeasePlan Corporation N.V., a global leader in Car-as-a-Service, has signed an agreement at the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco with Land Life Company, a leading nature restoration venture, to help LeasePlan customers make all their trips carbon neutral.
Under the partnership, LeasePlan customers will be able to offset their fleet emissions through Land Life Company's innovative and independently audited reforestation program. Land Life Company is a leader in the sustainable and technology-driven reforestation of degraded land in the EU and US.
LeasePlan has also committed to offsetting all carbon emissions from its employee fleet until 2021, when the company's employee fleet is scheduled to be completely electric. The announcement comes as business leaders meet in San Francisco to discuss the next steps in the global fight against climate change.
Tex Gunning, CEO of LeasePlan, said:
"Cutting emissions will not be enough to keep global warming in check. Greenhouse gases must also be scrubbed from the air. By partnering with Land Life Company, we can offer our customers the opportunity to make every one of their trips carbon neutral. Collectively, we have a carbon debt that needs to be repaid and, with 1.8 million vehicles on the road, we can make a big and positive impact to the climate change challenge."
Land Life Company's CEO, Jurriaan Ruys, said:
"Through reforestation, we have an opportunity to take CO2 out of the air and rebuild the planet, addressing two of the world's most significant challenges – climate change and land degradation – at the same time. In addition, the partnership we have announced today will enable us to drive investment directly into the communities and ecosystems that need it most, creating impact you can see and touch. LeasePlan is setting the bar for sustainability in its industry and we're excited to be their partner."
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