What is Net Zero? You’re removing as much as you’re emitting. Under the 2015 Paris Agreement, nearly 200 countries have endorsed the global goal of limiting the rise in average temperatures to 1.5 degrees. Reaching this would require that global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions be cut by 50% of current levels by 2030 and reduced to net zero by 2050. Reducing emissions and decarbonizing economies is urgently required; however, time is running out and the technology to do so is not always available. Companies and individuals can account for their unavoidable emissions by buying qualified carbon credits from certified activities that support community development, protect ecosystems, or install efficient technology to reduce or remove emissions from the atmosphere. As GHG emissions continue to blanket the Earth, there is an urgent need to decarbonize the atmosphere. For this, we need to urgently revamp the old ways of production and embrace sustainable resources to save the environment. Decreasing carbon intensity will allow for Net Zero emission targets to be met sooner, as outlined by governments, and achieve greater energy efficiency.