Paysafe Limited (NYSE: PSFE) has disclosed that it has achieved CarbonNeutral certification for 2021 and 2022. This is the greatest accomplishment as it is a step forward towards the struggle to tackle inevitable carbon dioxide discharge as part of its environmental program. The 2020 CarbonNeutral certification of the firm was also signed to cover up its carbon dioxide discharge for 2019.

On Earth last year, the firm has disclosed its plan for carbon neutrality. The declaration of the firm on Wednesday will further increase its certification for a further two years. Paysafe has vowed to tackle the environmental impact of its carbon footprint by funding environmentally sustainable projects in developing countries.

Furthermore, Paysafe has also teamed up with carbon finance and carbon-neutral specialists, Natural Capital Partners, to carry out the autonomous evaluation and recognize suitable environmentally-friendly projects. Moreover, the projects that Paysafe has vowed to are Sindh Wind Power in Pakistan, East Africa; the Acre Amazonian Rainforest REDD+ portfolio, Brazil, Community Reforestation.

Additionally, the most recent certification has been accomplished after broad data collection and autonomous third-party verification. This encompassed the deployment of new dimensions to take into consideration the influence that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on corporate practice.

The new decisions include the shifting of all the tasks on remote working. The 2021/2022 CarbonNeutral certification of Paysafe, therefore, issues a ‘home office carbon footprint’ computation for every worker and moves to more of a fusion working model by 2022.