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- Carbon Neutral also uses functionality cookies. These allow our site to remember you when you revisit our site and recall your preferences (such as customised pages) or enable some services (such as commenting on a blog).
- We also use analytics cookies (also called performance cookies), to collect information about how you use and navigate our site. The information collected by these cookies, amongst other things, allows us to see any error messages, count the number of visitors to our site, and see usage patterns, such as the most frequently accessed webpages. Analytics cookies also help us to improve our site functionality, for instance by recording if visitors are experiencing difficulties using our site.
- We may also use tracking cookies to better understand your interests as you navigate our site which helps us to provide a more personalised user experience next time you visit our site.
Our site uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google Inc. Google Analytics sets a cookie to compile aggregated (and therefore anonymous) reports which we use to help us understand website traffic and which webpages are most commonly visited. Google Analytics does not identify individual uses or collect personal information.
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