For the first time in its history the What Car? Car of the Year Awards will become 100% carbon neutral in 2013. Continuing its partnership with Carbon Neutral Investments (CNI), What Car? has committed to offset the entire carbon footprint of the awards ceremony.
CNI co-chairman, James Brown, said: “What Car? is renowned for defining industry benchmarks, and it is only right that with the industry’s focus on sustainability, the same values are reflected in the sector’s most prestigious awards. CNI are proud to again work alongside What Car? in taking this proactive step and in promoting further environmental responsibility across the industry.”
CNI is a leading provider in the carbon-offset market working alongside industry leaders to help them achieve carbon neutrality. As a sponsor of the What Car? awards, CNI will offset the carbon emissions of not only the event itself, but all journeys to and from the ceremony by the set up team and attending guests.
Fully FSA regulated, members of the London Stock Exchange and with over 50 years combined market expertise, CNI specialises in the sourcing, purchase and selling of Voluntary Emissions Reductions carbon credits (VERs), supporting carbon-offsetting projects around the world.
Carbon Neutral Racing, Carbon Neutral Aviation, Carbon Neutral Marine, Carbon Neutral Automotive and Carbon Neutral Commerce divisions make up the company’s corporate structure, which collectively have access to over six million VER credits globally. www.cn-investments.com