Voluntary Carbon Offsetting
Every organisation has a carbon footprint. While you reduce yours, using our high quality carbon credits to offset your remaining emissions is the way to take full responsibility for them.
Work with us and support some of the most positive and impactful carbon reduction projects on the planet.
Put simply, offsetting means buying carbon credits equivalent to your carbon impact. This means you compensate for every tonne of CO2 you emit, by ensuring there is one tonne less in the atmosphere. And because one unit of CO2 has the same climate impact wherever it is emitted, the benefit is the same wherever it is reduced or avoided too.
When you source carbon credits through ClimateCare, you can choose to support projects that deliver value for local communities as well as the environment. That’s because, along with achieving verified carbon reductions, our Climate+Care projects tackle poverty, promote energy independence and improve people’s health and wellbeing.
Whether it’s protecting rainforests in Sierra Leone, providing efficient cookstoves in Kenya or powering communities with renewable energy in China – all these projects generate positive outcomes, in addition to the independently verified emission reductions they generate.
Choosing to purchase carbon credits from ClimateCare also means you’ll receive end-to-end support, from selecting the best projects to meet your requirements, to help producing high quality communications materials that showcase the positive impacts of your programme.
You can choose carbon credits from our own exclusive projects, or from our network of over 300 global project partners. We carry out extensive due diligence on all projects, giving you added security beyond the independent checks and verifications carried out by organisations like the Gold Standard and VERRA.
Contact us to find out how we can help you take responsibility for your impact and offset with confidence.
- Carbon offsetting is an efficient way to achieve emissions reductions and become
- Carbon offsetting is a highly regulated and robust industry. To generate and sell
carbon credits, project developers must show that the reductions would not have
happened without their project, with any claims verified by two independent parties.
- When you offset, carbon credits are retired for you on a public registry, meaning they cannot be used more than once.
Along with achieving verified carbon reductions, our Climate+Care projects tackle poverty, promote energy independence and improve people’s health and wellbeing
43 million Tonnes CO2e reduced
41 million Lives improved globally