Carbonstop: Local pioneer in carbon emissions management to gain as China aims carbon neutrality by 2060

Carbonstop CEO and founder Yan Luhui © Carbonstop

Already helping over 1,000 corporates like Alibaba and manage and lower their carbon emissions, Carbonstop is ready to do more when China’s carbon trading starts next year

In 2009, China took its first step toward addressing climate change when it pledged to reduce its carbon emissions by 40–50% at the Copenhagen Climate Change Conference. To help achieve that target set for 2005–2020, national enterprises were told to lead the way by reducing their carbon emissions. They also had to adopt carbon calculation, disclosure and management mechanisms. The problem was, nobody quite knew how to do it. Inspired by China’s Copenhagen pledge and the opportunities that it presented, software engineer Yan Luhui founded Carbonstop in 2011 to help Chinese businesses calc...
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