OLIKA's climate analysis

What is meant by OLIKA reaching "net zero" carbon dioxide?

Already today, OLIKA emits "net zero" carbon dioxide because we compensate for our emissions by 200%, just as we must do according to the international guidelines and the GHG protocol.

Do you want to read OLIKA's entire climate analysis?

Here you can read our report for 2021, which will be updated every year. For us, it is important to be transparent, because even though we have done a lot, we still have a long way to go. Join us on the road!

But can anyone reach "net zero"?

You can always buy your way out, but that's not what we want to do. Instead, we talk about how we work to change our operations and reduce our emissions. Therefore, you should always ask how much a company emits. Because anyone who can afford to buy themselves free can reach net zero just by buying climate compensation. But if we want to have a sustainable world, we need to change our operations, and we are working hard on that at OLIKA. We tell you how we are changing, what changes we have made and will make, and then we report how big our emissions are.

How did OLIKA do the climate analysis?

Together with Climate, we have gone through our entire operation and calculated emissions, part by part. It is about everything from our own offices to the energy our printers and distributors have. It has not been easy to find all the numbers as many are not used to having to calculate such things. But we hope that year by year it will become easier. When we have not received figures, we have calculations on templates which, according to international agreements, may be used for climate analysis.

Which climate compensation does OLIKA buy? 

The analysis showed that we release 0.7 kg of carbon dioxide per book. This is the number that we work to reduce every year by changing our own and our partners' operations. In the analysis, we take into account the entire life cycle and what is known as scope 1, 2 and 3. This means that we include emissions that occur in our production, the emissions that our suppliers create and also the emissions that the consumption of what we produce generates .