Gnosis Chain is a fast and energy-efficient Ethereum-compatible blockchain. Gnosis Chain is already orders-of-magnitude more energy efficient than Ethereum and other similar proof-of-work chains. Despite this, the Gnosis Chain team has decided to go a step further by offsetting 10 times their organizational and network emissions!
By partnering with us, Gnosis Chain is investing in our verified projects. These verifications & standards are a testament to the strong co-benefits of the projects, including biodiversity protection and social programs for local communities.
Bull Run Forest Project
Mountain Pine Ridge, Cayo District, Belize
Agrocortex Forest Project
States of Acre and Amazonas, Brazil
273T CO2 is equivalent to:
Miles of Driving
By volunteering to offset these emissions, Gnosis Chain is supporting quality, third-party certified projects with a range of additional social and environmental benefits.
Offsetra performed a corporate carbon footprinting (CCF) analysis of the Gnosis Chain network and its company operations. This analysis was performed across emissions Scopes 1-3, as defined by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol. These emissions estimates are defined in more detail below.
Scope 1 Emissions
0 Tonnes (0%)
Scope 1 encompasses direct emissions from resources under the organization's control (e.g. combustion of fuels to produce energy).
Scope 2 Emissions
5.08 Tonnes (20%)
Scope 2 emissions are indirect emissions associated with the purchase and consumption of energy.(1) 5.08T CO2e - Electricity consumed by staking nodes.
Scope 3 Emissions
20.26 Tonnes (80%)
Scope 3 encompasses emissions from sources which are not directly controlled by the organization, but are still related to the organization's activities.(1) 4.19T CO2e - Lifecycle of hardware and energy consumption of validator nodes securing the network.(2) 16.07T CO2e - Home-office energy consumption for distributed team of employees.
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For transparency, accountability, and traceability, offsets are verified and retired on a third-party registry. Click to view the official certificate of retirement.