The removal of carbon in the atmosphere is essential to combat climate change and the current ongoing climate crisis. But we are late.
Bazzmann + Venipedia, through its Virtuosa initiative, already actively contributes to the removal of excess carbon with two main actions: the use of certified renewable energy for its offices and concrete support for reforestation programs.
From September 2021, Bazzmann+Venipedia also becomes Stripe Climate member, Stripe's initiative to contribute to the financing of new technologies for the capture and sequestration of carbon in the atmosphere, through the allocation of 1% of its online sales to the initiative.
To obtain efficient and effective results, in fact, it is necessary to act in a systemic, widespread and complementary way: the existing solutions for carbon removal, such as reforestation and carbon sequestration in the soil, are important, but not sufficient to solve the problem. in all its vastness. We need new, low-cost technologies that allow us to accelerate this action globally.
Some technologies are mechanical, others exploit natural elements such as algae, others use electrochemical processes. Other innovative technologies are being studied or developed.
Each new technology encounters a vicious circle: it has high costs and consequently fails to attract a critical mass of customers such as to be able to lower production costs, thus limiting even the most widespread diffusion.
The initiative therefore aims to break down this initial obstacle so that all new useful technologies can be disseminated, thus accelerating the process of rebalancing carbon in the atmosphere.
Every time you sign up for a Venipedia subscription, a part of your purchase will actively contribute to the initiative and, together, we will help make our present-future better than today.
Bazzmann + Venipedia Virtuosa has the dual objective of acting personally for a more sustainable, healthy, safe and inclusive present-future, and supporting deserving realities. The use of renewable energy for its offices, reforestation actions, the elimination of plastic and the use of increasingly sustainable papers from its publishing production, support for the Venetian Lazzaretti and the Mappa la Pinna initiative of the CNR- ISMAR of Venice are some of the actions already implemented.