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LOVESPACE has joined forces with Furthr as part of our commitment to doing our bit for the planet.

For the second year of our carbon emissions reporting, we've focussed on improving data collation, adding our packaging materials and travel habits to our measurement process. As part of this, a survey was sent to the team to determine working from home habits, energy consumption at home and commuting, as well as a deep dive into our suppliers and material purchases.

With Furthr's assistance, we've gained a clearer picture of our carbon footprint. We're now taking proactive measures to lower our emissions and counterbalance any that remain. Dive into the detailed breakdown of our 2022 emissions below.

Beyond just reporting, LOVESPACE is also committed to making meaningful investments in projects on the frontline of the climate crisis. This year, as part of our offsetting program, we are supporting projects in India, Turkey, and Uganda, promoting clean and sustainable energy generation and emission reduction. These initiatives align with our pledge to neutralize emissions and invest in lasting environmental solutions.
 

This gives each of our team members the tools they need to grasp their own carbon footprint, become an integral part of our company's effort to reduce carbon emissions, and get customized suggestions to lead a greener life.

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Our Impact

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223,128

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Offset

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752.3

Total Emissions (in tCO2e)

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Climate Solutions Funded

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34

Employees Engaged

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Lovespace 2022
Emissions Reporting

752.3

Scope 1-3
Total Emissions (in tCO2e)

18,319

Carbon Neutral Customer Services

274.37

London Office Total Emissions (in tCO2e)

Emissions by Category

Emissions by Scope

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Climate Portfolio Funding 

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Projects Funded

1

Clean Energy Project

2

Community Emission Reduction Schemes

Rice Husk Biomass Energy

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Location
India

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Biomass Energy

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251 Tonnes Offset

As India’s electricity needs grow, with more and more manufacturing infrastructures and people connected to the grid, the need for fossil fuels to generate power also increases. Sustainable alternatives must be developed, to avoid the release of new carbon into the atmosphere. This project uses agricultural waste such as rice husks to generate sustainable electricity. The rice husks are combusted in a boiler, producing high-pressure steam which is used to power an electricity generator.

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