Our Road to Net Zero

Mawson is committed to building a sustainable
business for our investors and the planet

100% Net Carbon-Neutral

Mawson aspires to be the leading global digital infrastructure provider and we are committed to achieving this aspiration in an environmentally sustainable way. Our goal is to be Net Zero by 2030, and to this end we have already offset 100% of our carbon emissions in 2020. In 2021 Mawson will plant over 25,000 trees, and in 2022 Mawson will plant 53,000 trees in Georgia and Pennsylvania. This is one new tree planted every time a block is created on the Bitcoin Blockchain. In addition to this, we have supported numerous renewable energy and sustainability projects in the USA, India, Turkey and Australia. Our operations currently use over 75% non-carbon emitting energy (nuclear, hydro, wind) and our goal is to improve this mix over time as we expand our business globally.
Net Zero 2030

Our Carbon Offset
Program for 2021/22

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REFORESTATION

We have committed over 53,000 trees to be planted in 2022

With our partners One Tree Planted, Carbon Positive Australia, Carbon Neutral and Reforest Now, we plant trees in the USA and Australia, through a network of organisations who are knowledgeable about local ecology. We only plant local tree species, grown in nearby nurseries, and planted when conditions are optimal for tree survival.
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Tonnes CO2 Sequestrated in 2020

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Trees Planted by
the end of 2022

Why plant trees?

Trees help clean the air we breathe, filter the water we drink, and provide habitat to over 80% of the world’s terrestrial biodiversity. They also provide jobs to over 1.6 billion people, absorb carbon from the atmosphere, and are key ingredients in 25% of all medicines.
Nick Plants a Tree

Projects we’ve helped fund via our carbon offset program

Renewable Energy
Native Reforestation
Conservation

Decarbonising our value chain emissions

Targeting energy generation assets that are non carbon emitting or renewable

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Climate change – an accelerating global problem

The United Nations recognises climate change as “the most systemic threat to humankind”. Despite this, carbon dioxide emissions related to energy continue to rise – reaching 33.1 billion tonnes in 2018, a record high, and have increased by more than 40% since 2000.

Nuclear energy’s role in fighting climate change

To combat climate change, the world must rapidly reduce its dependency on fossil fuels to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Nuclear energy is low-carbon and can be deployed on a large scale in the time frame required, supplying the world with clean and affordable electricity.
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Nuclear is low-carbon

Nuclear power plants produce no greenhouse gas emissions during operation, and over the course of its life-cycle, nuclear produces about the same amount of carbon dioxide-equivalent emissions per unit of electricity as wind, and one-third of the emissions per unit of electricity when compared with solar.

Sources: https://world-nuclear.org/nuclear-essentials/how-can-nuclear-combat-climate-change.aspx

https://www.world-nuclear.org/our-association/what-we-do/the-harmony-programme.aspx

Our Road to
Net Zero

Mawson is committed to building a sustainable business for our investors and the planet

Net Zero 2030

100% Net Carbon-Neutral

Mawson aspires to be the leading global digital infrastructure provider and we are committed to achieving this aspiration in an environmentally sustainable way. Our goal is to be Net Zero by 2030, and to this end we have already offset 100% of our carbon emissions in 2020. In 2021 Mawson will plant over 25,000 trees, in addition to this we have supported numerous renewable energy and sustainability projects in the USA, India, Turkey and Australia. Our operations currently use over 75% non-carbon emitting energy (nuclear, hydro, wind) and our goal is to improve this mix over time as we expand our business globally.

Our Carbon Offset Program for 2020/21

Reforestation Mobile
REFORESTATION

We have committed over 25,000 trees to be planted in 2021

With our partners One Tree Planted, Carbon Positive Australia, Carbon Neutral and Reforest Now, we plant trees in the USA and Australia, through a network of organisations who are knowledgeable about local ecology. We only plant local tree species, grown in nearby nurseries, and planted when conditions are optimal for tree survival.

CO2 Cloud icon
100
Projected Tonnes Sequestrated for 2020
Trees icon
100
Trees Planted by the end of 2021
Nick Plants a Tree

Why plant trees?

Trees help clean the air we breathe, filter the water we drink, and provide habitat to over 80% of the world’s terrestrial biodiversity. They also provide jobs to over 1.6 billion people, absorb carbon from the atmosphere, and are key ingredients in 25% of all medicines.

Projects we’ve helped fund
via our carbon offset program

Renewable Energy
India
Native Reforestation
Australia
Conservation
Turkey

Decarbonising our value chain emissions

Targeting energy generation assets that are non carbon emitting or renewable

Climate Change - Sustainability Image

Climate change – an accelerating global problem

The United Nations recognises climate change as “the most systemic threat to humankind”. Despite this, carbon dioxide emissions related to energy continue to rise – reaching 33.1 billion tonnes in 2018, a record high, and have increased by more than 40% since 2000.

Atom Image

Nuclear energy’s role in fighting climate change

To combat climate change, the world must rapidly reduce its dependency on fossil fuels to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Nuclear energy is low-carbon and can be deployed on a large scale in the time frame required, supplying the world with clean and affordable electricity.

Carbon_Emissions_Graph

Nuclear is low-carbon

Nuclear power plants produce no greenhouse gas emissions during operation, and over the course of its life-cycle, nuclear produces about the same amount of carbon dioxide-equivalent emissions per unit of electricity as wind, and one-third of the emissions per unit of electricity when compared with solar.

Sources: https://world-nuclear.org/nuclear-essentials/how-can-nuclear-combat-climate-change.aspx

https://www.world-nuclear.org/our-association/what-we-do/the-harmony-programme.aspx

Our Road to Net Zero

Mawson is committed to building a sustainable business for our investors and the planet

Net Zero 2030

100% Net Carbon-Neutral

Mawson aspires to be the leading global digital infrastructure provider and we are committed to achieving this aspiration in an environmentally sustainable way. Our goal is to be Net Zero by 2030, and to this end we have already offset 100% of our carbon emissions in 2020. In 2021 Mawson will plant over 25,000 trees, in addition to this we have supported numerous renewable energy and sustainability projects in the USA, India, Turkey and Australia. Our operations currently use over 75% non-carbon emitting energy (nuclear, hydro, wind) and our goal is to improve this mix over time as we expand our business globally.
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Our Carbon Offset Program for 2020/21

Reforestation Mobile
REFORESTATION

We have committed over 25,000 trees to be planted in 2021

With our partners One Tree Planted, Carbon Positive Australia, Carbon Neutral and Reforest Now, we plant trees in the USA and Australia, through a network of organisations who are knowledgeable about local ecology. We only plant local tree species, grown in nearby nurseries, and planted when conditions are optimal for tree survival.

CO2 Cloud icon
100
Projected Tonnes
Sequestrated for 2020
Trees icon
100
Trees Planted
by the end of 2021
Nick Plants a Tree

Why plant trees?

Trees help clean the air we breathe, filter the water we drink, and provide habitat to over 80% of the world’s terrestrial biodiversity. They also provide jobs to over 1.6 billion people, absorb carbon from the atmosphere, and are key ingredients in 25% of all medicines.

Projects we’ve helped fund
via our carbon offset program

Renewable Energy
India
Native Reforestation
Australia
Conservation
Turkey

Decarbonising our value chain emissions

Targeting energy generation assets that are non carbon emitting or renewable

Climate Change - Sustainability Image

Climate change – an accelerating global problem

The United Nations recognises climate change as “the most systemic threat to humankind”. Despite this, carbon dioxide emissions related to energy continue to rise – reaching 33.1 billion tonnes in 2018, a record high, and have increased by more than 40% since 2000.

Atom Image

Nuclear energy’s role in fighting climate change

To combat climate change, the world must rapidly reduce its dependency on fossil fuels to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Nuclear energy is low-carbon and can be deployed on a large scale in the time frame required, supplying the world with clean and affordable electricity.

Carbon_Emissions_Graph

Nuclear is low-carbon

Nuclear power plants produce no greenhouse gas emissions during operation, and over the course of its life-cycle, nuclear produces about the same amount of carbon dioxide-equivalent emissions per unit of electricity as wind, and one-third of the emissions per unit of electricity when compared with solar.

Sources: https://world-nuclear.org/nuclear-essentials/how-can-nuclear-combat-climate-change.aspx

https://www.world-nuclear.org/our-association/what-we-do/the-harmony-programme.aspx