Lowsoot Launches Beta Calculator to Measure Carbon Footprints

New Delhi-based startup company Lowsoot has recently launched the unique beta version of a calculator which measures the carbon footprints of individuals and organisations and helps them become carbon neutral by funded verified green initiatives.

September 13, 2021. By Manu Tayal

New Delhi-based startup company Lowsoot has recently launched the unique beta version of a calculator which measures the carbon footprints of individuals and organisations and helps them become carbon neutral by funded verified green initiatives.

The company has been creating digital tools, including a beta calculator, to help individuals and organisations to take action on climate change.

So far, over 2,000 individuals have calculated their carbon footprints with the help of a Beta calculator, the company said in a statement.

As of now, the company has computed 50 lakh kgs of CO2 and is planning to wipe 1 lakh tons of CO2 from the atmosphere in a year.

Till date, over 4,000 individuals have signed up for Lowsoot’s Upcoming App ‘Google Fit for tracking individual carbon footprint’, it added.

Moreover, this app calculates user footprints on-the-go by integrating with applications such as Swiggy, Zomato, Ola, Uber, etc that an individual uses regularly.

Commenting on the development, Sachin Sengar, Founder & CEO of Lowsoot, said “we are delighted to announce the release of our first product, a beta version of Calculator for calculating and erasing carbon footprints.”

“Till date, Lowsoot has already erased more than 5,000 tons of carbon footprints around the atmosphere. This calculator is our first step towards building a carbon-neutral world,” he added.

The company has been collaborating with NGOs to implement a number of green projects, such as mangrove plantations in the Mahanadi delta in partnership with Saytrees and the deployment of 20,000 electric taxis in partnership with Fulora Foundation.

Besides, Lowsoot in partnership with Inseda has been constructing the country’s first eco-village and aimed to remove 80,000 tonnes / 8 billion kg of CO2 from the atmosphere through this process.
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