Whether it's reducing our greenhouse gas impact, leading the phase-out of ozone-depleting refrigerants, or introducing many of the world's most energy-efficient building solutions, at Carrier, we incorporate sustainability into all that we do. To us, it's only natural.
  • Commitment

    Green products start at a green company.

    Green products start at a green company. At Carrier, environmental stewardship is a core value that is reflected daily in our products, services and operations, and in the culture of our enterprise.

  • Leadership

    Robert McDonough leads Carrier's commitment to sustainability.

    From the very beginning, Carrier has been a natural leader. With the invention of modern air conditioning, Carrier set the standard for the industry it created. We aim just as high in setting the standard for sustainability.

  • Innovation

    Energy efficiency is a hallmark of green Carrier products.

    Carrier products turn energy into useful work. In our research and design, we challenge ourselves to create products that consume fewer resources and produce fewer emissions.

  • Improve

    Carrier believes in continuous improvement of green products and services.

    Through innovations in design and manufacturing, we improve our production processes, our products and services and, ultimately, we help you to improve your everyday life.

Carrier's Charlotte facility is LEED certified by USGBC.

Our comprehensive environment, health and safety program has been in effect for more than 20 years. That is why we have been able to achieve milestones like reducing our greenhouse gas emissions by 35 percent and water usage by 27 percent on an absolute basis from 2006 to 2011. Never resting on our accomplishments, we have three factories certified by the U.S. Green Building Council® under the LEED® rating system.

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Willis Carrier was a pioneer in the protection of the natural environment.

Willis Carrier was a sustainability leader. Utilizing precise cooling processes, his invention enabled countless industries to avoid waste and preserve resources for future generations. Today, preservation of the environment and protecting our finite natural resources remains a central tenet of our business, and we actively share our sustainability expertise in the marketplace.

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Our engineers design with the environment in mind.

At Carrier, we design with the environment in mind and set environmental performance targets for our products. In nearly every category, we offer industry-leading, energy-efficient options for our customers. And we continue to invest in research and development, applying the newest technological innovations to create ever more sustainable solutions.

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Carrier maintains a culture of improvement when it comes to the natural environment.

The word “improve” represents Carrier’s belief in continuous improvement of our products and services, our customers’ experience and our environmental impact. We aim to improve people’s lives through indoor environmental control, preservation of food supplies around the world and the search for solutions that minimize our impact on the natural environment.

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Metric tons of CO2e SAVED.

Passenger vehicles REMOVED for one year.
Home electricity use SAVED for one year.
Measuring avoided greenhouse gas emissions since 2000. Read More