Greenwashing poses a large risk to the future of ESG investing, but currently there is no consensus as to what this means legally or in a regulatory context.


Greenwashing is used when companies, people or governments overstate, misrepresent or simply lie about their climate intentions and credentials. For example, a company may say it’s reducing its carbon footprint but fails to mention the emissions emitted by their customers and suppliers.


Carbon World circumvents this issue by providing transparency and ensuring integrity throughout the whole process. We provide our clients with the most cutting-edge carbon removal projects, allowing them to reach their climate goals in a transparent and reliable way.