Net zero refers to achieving a balance between the emissions of greenhouse gases released into the atmosphere and the removal of greenhouse gases from the atmosphere. It means that the amount of greenhouse gases emitted is offset by the amount removed or sequestered, resulting in no net increase in atmospheric greenhouse gas concentrations. Net zero is a goal pursued by many organizations and countries as part of efforts to mitigate climate change and achieve carbon neutrality. It typically involves reducing emissions, adopting cleaner technologies, implementing carbon offset projects, and enhancing natural carbon sinks.