Corporate Case Studies
MOM’s Organic Market is a small East Coast grocery store chain whose mission is to provide the opportunity for people to help the environment and to improve their live by using healthy, high quality and environmentally friendly products. MOM’s partnered with TerraPass to launch an innovative in-store program called “TerraPass Your Gas.” The program aims to reduce emissions associated with grocery shopping by offsetting every customer trip to the store.
Last year, MOM’s offset 9,656.86 metric tons of carbon dioxide through TerraPass Your Gas. That’s the equivalent of eliminating greenhouse emissions from 2,012 passenger vehicles! Mom’s is a fast growing grocery chain with a loyal customer base. Their carbon offset program is core to their mission, and helps build a safe and healthy community.
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Our retail partners work with TerraPass to establish industry-leading programs for their customers and employees.
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Case studies: How are some of America’s biggest companies addressing climate change with carbon offset purchases?
These companies internalize the cost of carbon by putting a price on carbon emissions. Each business unit is charged for their overall contribution to the total carbon emissions.
Incentivize the lowering of carbon emissions by giving employees the tools to act environmentally responsible.
Microsoft’s commitment applies to operations across more than 100 countries.
Microsoft has signed a 20-year power purchase agreement (PPA) for wind energy in Texas that will be funded in part by proceeds from Microsoft’s carbon fee.
Environmental sustainability is core to our business practices. It influences out day-to-day operations, inspires us to develop more efficient IT solutions, and motivates us to give our employees tools that will help them act responsibly for our environment.
Place an internal price on carbon to encourage environmental innovation.
One of Disney’s major drivers of their carbon footprint is their cruise lines. The additional cost of carbon has accelerated research for solutions in for the cruise business, and the research and development Imagineers have been tasked with identifying cleaner fuel options.
The cumulative savings for direct emission reductions from electricity use are greater than the combined annual electricity consumption of Disneyland Resort in California, Disneyland Paris, and Hong Kong Disneyland.
The additional operational cost has started to incentivize businesses to seek methods to reduce their impact.