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Why are we a climate-neutral company?
There is now a global consensus that we urgently need to counter man-made climate change.
Success in reducing emissions depends to a large extent on voluntary and consistent action by industry in the industrialized countries. So we at Fischer Wolle are also prepared to take responsibility.
For this reason, we have had the greenhouse gas emissions caused by our company's activities recorded by a certified company and offset by supporting several climate protection projects, such as forest protection projects in Brazil and Uruguay, but also regional projects, such as reforestation of German mixed forests or our bee sponsorship.
We are aware of our special responsibility as a company towards future generations and are pleased to be a climate-neutral company.
You can read about the other measures we take to ensure that no more CO² is produced by our operations than is absolutely necessary here:
Fischer Wolle - sustainable out of responsibility
Why is our own brand climate neutral?
All yarns of our own brand are produced climate-neutrally and can therefore officially be called "climate-neutral products"!
For this purpose, we have specially determined how many greenhouse gases are emitted by the production and transport of our private label. We compensate this amount by further supporting climate protection projects.
You can find all yarns of our climate neutral private label here: Climate neutral own brand "Fischer Wolle".
Project - BeeFuture
"Once the bee disappears from the earth, man has only four years to live. No more bees, no more pollination, no more plants, no more animals, no more people." - Albert Einstein
Since 1950, the world bee population has decreased by more than half. In Germany, for example, more than 80% of the honey needed is imported (consumption 100,000 tons), in Austria it is 65% with a consumption of 15,000 tons.