Quicklink’s remote solution helps prevent 21,353 tons of CO2 emissions into the atmosphere

Quicklink has announced that its solutions have helped to avoid a total of 21,353 tonnes of CO2 being emitted into the atmosphere in a month. These figures were calculated using Quicklink’s recently released Carbon Calculator tool which is built into Quicklink’s Studio solution. The tool automatically calculates the estimated CO2 avoided being emitted as a result of using the Quicklink platform, instead of travelling to a studio in-person. The company provides remote contribution solutions and helps reduce the amount of CO2 emitted for the world’s leading brands, including BBC, Aljazeera, CNN, BT Sport, NEP, Microsoft, Bloomberg, COMCAST, CBS, Fox Sports, S&P Global, Sky and more. The mathematics was done with these partnerships in mind.

“From extreme weather conditions across the globe, habitats being destroyed and sea levels rising, climate change is something that we should be taking very seriously. As a result, we are extremely proud that we have been able to assist our customers in reducing the amount of CO2 emissions they emit.” said Richard Rees, CEO of Quicklink. “The Quicklink solutions help reduce organisations impact on the planet, while still allowing you to produce broadcast-quality contributions, with the same peace of mind, and control of your guests as if you were there in-person,” he added.

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