March was the first month of the spring when nature wakes up after an extremely cold winter. Will you say that after mass quarantine when the whole world has stopped, it will be easier for nature? Hardly, but we can all contribute to making this happen. So, in this newsletter, we’ll invite you to measure your carbon footprint and tell you what upcycling means. Each of us can reduce the human-made impact on the environment through our efforts!
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The daily activities of our lives such as cooking, traveling, shopping, and more generate individual greenhouse gases. Statistics show that globally the average carbon footprint is 4 tons per person in one year. Wondering how much emissions you generate? Calculate it here!
The new show focuses on topics related to sustainable living and ecology. Inspiring stories of scientists and experts that will help you love our planet and start living more sustainably. We support these ideas and strive for business results by setting an example of sustainability. Watch the first show here.
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AUGA group was recognized as the most environmentally friendly company in 2020 at the annual National Responsible Business Awards, in the category of large companies.
AUGAgroup has been awarded for leadership in developing sustainable agriculture and initiatives aimed at reducing environmental impact. We are glad that our sincere concern for the environment in which we operate and our efforts to work more sustainably is appreciated in Lithuania. We will continue to work with purpose to develop innovative technologies that will enable us to provide food with no cost to nature for future consumers and to become carbon neutral by 2030.