Add a carbon offset when you checkout with Razer’s latest green initiative

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Add a carbon offset when you checkout with Razer’s latest green initiative

Razer lets consumers and businesses be as green as its logo with a new sustainability initiative to recover.

While carbon offsets can be difficult to track, Restorify strives to: restore confidence around carbon offsets by allowing only traceable offsets with realized decarbonization effects to consumers. Consumers can choose a project to offset emissions from those collected by Razer partners such as: GoNetZero to track carbon credits from inception to retirement through the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud computing platform.

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An e-commerce service rolled out by Razer FintechRestorify allows consumers to fractionate carbon credits so that they can be made when a consumer pays for their online purchases.

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During a media briefing at the launch of Restorify, the company said they started this initiative by listening to their customers’ concerns about climate issues and their willingness to take responsibility for the products they buy and how they are made.

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The traceable carbon neutral shopping cart offered by Restorify lets consumers know about the carbon footprint of the product they buy. When checking out, they can decide if they want to compensate for the purchased products by purchasing CO2 credits.

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When purchasing the CO2 credits, consumers will: receive a certificate detailing the total amount of carbon emissions offset by their purchase, what type of project the retiree credits supported and in which country, and the certification standard. These individual fractional transactions are digitally recorded in the ESGpedia registry, where consumers can track their carbon offset efforts.

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For example, Restorify will inform buyers of a Sneki Snek Plushie that they can purchase a carbon offset certificate for US$0.03 and support carbon offset projects that are regularly monitored and reported on progress to reassure consumers of the carbon’s integrity. credits.

Opening up Restorify to others

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Restoreify also gives companies access to a product emissions calculator that allows companies to estimate their carbon footprint based on a product’s lifecycle emissions, as Razer wanted to provide companies with the means to calculate their product’s carbon footprint and evaluate the environmental impact of their products through the ECOLOGO certification, the environmental product statement certification, or Product Carbon Footprint Verification using Razer’s ecolabel partner, global leader in safety science, UL Solutions.

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Restorify is already live on Razer’s web store, and the company is announcing plans to open it to other companies to integrate Restorify into their existing platform so that their own customers can make their own carbon offset purchases.

The ultimate goal of Razer is to net zero in 2030 and has adopted ‘Life Cycle Thinking’, which means that it aims to reduce emissions at the key stages of the life cycle of its products, from mineral extraction to manufacturing, transportation to end-of-life.