With the environment in mind

Our planet in focus

Climate change is one of humanity’s greatest challenges and is leading to rapid and dramatic changes in our planet’s ecosystems. The key message in regular UN climate reports is clear: the climate situation is acute, and that humans are responsible.

The world is at risk from exceeding the 1.5 degree target within 10-20 years. To succeed in limiting the most severe impacts of climate change, we must halve our carbon dioxide emissions between 2010 and 2030. We don’t have much time left.

We need rapid and strong emission reductions. This is absolutely crucial for the health of our planet and its systems, and all life on earth.

Our mission

Colabit’s goal is to contribute to your conversion to renewable fuels. This is why we invest in the development and production of renewable fuels that can directly replace fossil petrol, diesel and jet fuel.

Renewable fuels are a quick and easy method to reduce carbon dioxide emissions and meet the needs of the transport sector without changing the current infrastructure.

Avoiding fossil fuels

Coal, petrol, diesel and natural gas are examples of fossil fuels. They are the largest source of greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to climate change.

Fossil fuels consist of organic carbon and hydrogen compounds preserved in sediment or sedimented bedrock. They were formed when animals and plants died and decomposed.

Over millions of years, these organic remains were covered by thick layers of sediment and exposed to increasing pressure and temperature. They were slowly converted into coal, oil and gas. Humans have then used them as fuel, which releases the stored carbon dioxide into the atmosphere when combusted and contributes to climate change. 

The combustion of fossil fuels must be avoided if we are to avoid irreversible climate change. We can do this by switching to fossil-free to renewable fuels.