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The Carbon Reduction Institute (CRI) works with businesses of all sizes to enable them to reduce their carbon footprint and to benefit from the actions they have taken. The Carbon Reduction Institute has assisted hundreds of businesses in Australia and internationally to measure, monitor, reduce their emissions and to promote their actions to their customers, staff and other stakeholders, through our flagship program the NoCO2 Certification Program. Our services include Carbon audits, Life Cycle Analysis, carbon neutral certification, and sales of carbon offsets.

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