New Delhi, 5th June 2023: As the World prepares to commemorate World Environment Day on June 5, the World of Circular Economy (WOCE) is at the forefront of driving behavior change and advocating for sustainable practices that will pave the way for a net-zero future. Recognizing the pressing challenges posed by plastic pollution and carbon emissions, WOCE is committed to addressing these interconnected issues with urgency.
WOCE empowers individuals and organizations to actively contribute to the reduction of carbon emissions through innovative tools like the Carbon Book app for individuals and the Carbon Ledger platform for companies.
Plastic pollution remains a grave threat to our ecosystems, exacerbating the issue of carbon emissions throughout its lifecycle. In light of this, WOCE is dedicated to tackling both problems in tandem.
“As part of our ongoing efforts, WOCE is excited to announce the integration of a new feature into the Carbon Book app. Recognizing the need of the hour to combat plastic pollution, the app will soon incorporate a dedicated section under the Waste category, enabling users to take a stand against single-use plastics. This addition highlights our commitment to combating plastic pollution and creating a sustainable future,” said Anup Garg, Founder and Director of WOCE.
The theme of this year’s World Environment Day, “Beating Plastic Pollution,” resonates deeply with the mission of the World of Circular Economy. “We strive for a world where carbon emissions are minimized or neutralized, resources are optimized, and the planet thrives in harmony with human activities. Our vision centers on fostering responsible living by inspiring behavior change and providing practical solutions to individuals and businesses alike,” added Garg.
Together, we can forge a sustainable future where plastic pollution is defeated, and carbon emissions are significantly reduced. World of Circular Economy invites all individuals and organizations to join us in our mission and actively participate in shaping a better world.
“To actively contribute to reducing plastic pollution and carbon emissions, individuals can download the Carbon Book app for free. The app provides practical tools and information to support sustainable living choices. Join us today and make a difference!”, urges Garg.