EURid Trumpets Contribution to Sustainable Initiatives

EURid have announced they are the first European TLD registry that registered for the EU Eco-Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS) back in 2011.

Since then EURid, the registry for .eu domain names, have regularly assessed the environmental impact of their activities and monitored compliance of policies and procedures. Furthermore, as in the past 4 years EURid, was audited for its CO2 emissions resulting in an overall footprint of 135 tons CO2eq, a reduction of 94% since 2012.

Through EMAS, EURid has had the opportunity to support a multitude of global sustainability initiatives, like the Ugandan Borehole Project, Ecomapuà Project in the Amazon, the Dak Rung Hydropower Project in Vietnam, and in 2019, the reforestation efforts in Monchique, Portugal.

A complete list of projects undertaken as well as EURid’s updated Environmental Statement is available on their Going Green page.