Contribute to carbon reduction projects to offset your carbon impact.
You can purchase carbon credit offsets in bulk quantities.
Our portfolio of projects is supported by the corporate carbon offsets that you purchase through Climate Carbon.
Even if we do everything we can to minimize the environmental impact of our carbon footprint, most of us will never reach zero.
To strike a balance between the unavoidable CO2 emissions and the environmental impact, the best way is to initiate emissions reduction projects.
Corporate carbon offsets that you purchase are the source of our funding for projects relating to renewable energy, methane capture, wind farms, etc.
For the offsets you purchase, rest assured with peace of mind that they are of high quality.
Carbon offsets can be understood as a measure (in the form of carbon credit offset issuance projects) taken to offset the carbon dioxide emissions into the atmosphere as a result of human as well as industrial activities and operations. It basically represents one metric ton of CO2 emissions, which is quantified and exchanged commercially.
If you create a project that decreases carbon dioxide emissions, each ton of carbon dioxide emitted equals one carbon credit offset. These offsets can subsequently be sold to help fund project development.
Funds collected will be contributed to these projects. The offsets from these projects are registered under the VERRA, Gold Standard, and UN, which assure transparency and quality in the creation, quantification, and verification of carbon credit offset projects.
THE FOLLOWING PROJECTS ARE SOME OF THE PROJECTS THAT ARE A PART OF CLIMATE CARBON’S PORTFOLIO:
This project is an Agriculture, Forestry and Other Land Use (AFOLU) project under the Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation (REDD) project category. Specifically, the project is of the “Avoided Unplanned Deforestation & Degradation” (AUDD) project category. The project is estimated to generate approximately 17,921,895 VCUs over 30 years. The project area is located in Department of Izabal in the Caribbean coast region of Guatemala in the Sarstun-Motagua reference region proposed by the national level REDD+ program. Belonging to the biologically diverse Mesoamerican Biological Corridor, forests in the project area are important nationally and internationally for the ecosystem services they provide.
Conversion of waste or garbage into electricity is what the landfill gas capture project aims at accomplishing. Carbon dioxide CO2 is strong, but decomposed organic waste does not only release CO2 emissions, but also the release of harmful greenhouse gases like methane too.
The project works on installing gas collecting and control systems to destroy the potent greenhouse gas. The initiative not only manages the harmful effects of methane and other gases but also helps in generating renewable electricity by burning these gases in a generator.
Carbon Climate collaborates with farms to make ideal use of animal waste. In this project, we utilize anaerobic digesters to trap the release of methane as the manure breaks down. This captured methane is then used to generate electricity. Not only this, the digesters can play a crucial role in creating a range of useful farm products along with minimizing the environmental effect.
Separating the fibre material, and you can use it as bedding. The liquid effluent can’t be utilized as fertilizer. It also helps in minimizing water pollution and odor from animal husbandry.
Wind energy replaces electricity produced by pollution-causing fossil fuels. In this respect, the quantity of carbon dioxide emissions saved is determined by the “carbon profile” of the power grid where the electricity is generated.
Coal mines are one of the most significant sources of methane emissions. Natural methane gas is found in coal deposits and is discharged into the atmosphere via mining shafts. Like other projects relating to methane capture, this one also destroys potent greenhouse gases while simultaneously generating energy, delivering a “double” benefit.
The carbon offsets outline the activities we perform on your account when you buy carbon offsets from Climate Carbon. It even includes the quantity and kind of emissions reduction. These assertions are then evaluated and verified by an independent auditor who generates a report in this regard.
On purchase of carbon offsets, Climate Carbon has an obligation to acquire as well as retire the specific number of carbon offsets. A carbon credit offset is recognized as a verifiable minimization of GHG (Greenhouse Gas) emissions which are usually expressed in terms of pounds or metric tonnes of CO2 equivalent (CO2e). Climate Carbon guarantees the permanency of carbon reduction in the form of retiring carbon offsets. These retired offsets can never be resold or reused.
On your order confirmation, the number of carbon offsets connected with your transaction is shown. If you are using the Climate Carbon calculator to compute your emissions, keep in mind that the calculator only shows estimations, not an actual figure. To learn about our emissions calculation methodologies, we have provided them on our site.
We comply with standards and records in the public registries:
Every project is carried out and certified in accordance with carbon credit offset standards that are publicly available. Following verification, each project’s emissions decrease is recorded in a public registry.
Independent verification of projects:
An accredited verifier independently verifies all Climate Carbon projects. As part of the verification process, the following points are included:
Publishing information relating to completed portfolio:
After performing an independent audit of the projects, we publish our portfolio of completed projects on our website. The published information reveals which projects provided the carbon offsets we retired to match our client purchases.
Policy on refunds:
There are no refunds.