Correct Craft Pledges Carbon Neutrality by 2025

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Correct Craft is furthering its green initiatives with the goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2025.

“Our Correct Craft team wants to be a good steward of our natural resources and keep the outdoors beautiful for generations that follow us,” president and CEO Bill Yeargin said in a statement. “Becoming carbon neutral is … a substantial goal and will take investment, but the returns to our environment will be worth our effort.”

The company said it will invest in long-term solutions to lower carbon emissions. The builder already is producing zero-emission electric boats.

Correct Craft said it identified how much total carbon it emits across its U.S. locations, and is using that information in developing its carbon-neutral strategy.

“We have a long way to go but have been learning a great deal throughout this process and look forward to revealing what we have discovered,” Yeargin said. “I will be sharing more details about our process, and we hope that being transparent with our carbon neutral journey will inspire others to join us.”

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