Supported by Sir David Attenborough

The term net zero means achieving a balance between the carbon emitted into the atmosphere, and the carbon removed from it. This balance – or net zero – will happen when the amount of carbon we add to the atmosphere is no more than the amount removed.

To reach net zero, emissions from homes, transport, agriculture and industry will need to be cut.

Carbon Balanced Paper
Carbon Balanced Paper
Carbon Balanced Paper

Here at A3 we work with The World Land Trust™ to achieve net zero/carbon balanced CO². We operate a fully Carbon Balanced company and offer carbon balanced paper to our clients.

Put simply we replace all CO² emissions we produce by offsetting them. A commitment to carbon impact & supported by Sir David Attenborough.


Paper is bad for the environment


Paper is one of the few truly sustainable products

Fact: 1,500 football pitches per day…

…is the amount of European forests that have been planted since 2005 to 2020.

With the industry moving towards paper based products (especially in packaging), it’s important to bust a few paper myths and start printing.