Azuga and Greener Miles calculate your CO2 emissions to determine your offset strategy
Automatically invest in carbon offset projects on behalf of your company
Carbon offset projects include forestry, landfill gas capture, alternative energy, and more.
Receive certification as being a carbon neutral company and share with your stakeholders
GreenerMiles is an organization whose goal is to create a greener planet by partnering with fleet providers all over the country to offset their emissions by implementing sustainability programs. Through Azuga’s partnership with GreenerMiles, it’s easy to track your carbon emissions and achieve your sustainability goals.
We invest in certified environmental projects that either remove CO2 from the atmosphere or prevent the release of new CO2 into the atmosphere (for example, forestry projects remove CO2, and renewable energy projects avoid new CO2 entering the atmosphere from coal or gas).
Any project we invest in must meet rigorous, internationally accepted certification standards required by the registries we work with. Additionally, we are one of the few companies that pays to have an independent audit by Ernst & Young to certify our process and our calculations for all our clients.
We invest in a wide range of project types, including: conservation/reforestation, landfill gas capture, regenerative agriculture, industrial emissions projects, solar and wind farms, and others.
By proactively working to improve your company’s environmental performance, you can gain a competitive advantage and appeal to eco-conscious consumers. Additionally, many organizations are starting to prioritize reducing emissions in their supply chain, and awarding business to partners with a clear climate action plan.
Participating fleets will receive access to marketing tools, including an annual carbon impact certificate, press release templates, and program seals that can be used on company letterhead/email signatures/etc.
Businesses are under more pressure than ever to address and minimize the environmental impacts of their operations.
Sustainability is the name of the game for many businesses these days, with environmental concerns at the forefront of many customers’ minds.
Implementing green initiatives is increasingly looking like an attractive business strategy for fleets.
Much attention has been paid to vehicle electrification to meet the net-zero target. However, the commercial fleet industry is still faced with significant technical hurdles. That’s where biofuel comes in.