Businesses directly and indirectly emit carbon emissions from their daily operations. Directly produced emissions include the usage of electricity, gasoline for vehicles, and burning of fossil fuels for factory production of products. Water and utility bills for office space are also factored in as direct emissions.
Indirect emissions include using outside resources to carry out business operations. Supply-chain related services such as postal services are a prime example.
Every business has a responsibility to address their direct and indirect carbon emissions. Business leaders such as Microsoft and Amazon have addressed their carbon emissions, setting goals to become carbon neutral through reducing emissions and emissions offsets.
Reducing direct and indirect emissions is the first step in becoming carbon neutral. Once optimal reduction is achieved, then offsets are recommended to account for the remaining emissions.
Our projects are verified in successfully capturing and storing carbon. The offsets derived from the projects can be purchased and funding is directed to further maintain and expand emissions reducing projects in Madagascar.
Offsets help reduce your emissions, creates further emissions reducing projects, and provides education and work for communities, aiding in community and economic development in Madagascar.
Alongside the environment and your business image and footprint, the rural villages and population near our project sites benefit tremendously.
mT CO2 = (metric ton) of Carbon dioxide successfully captured and remove from the atmosphere.
Offset 10 mT CO2
Offseting 10mT CO2 priced at $400 into verified emissions reducing projects in Madagascar.
Offset 50 mT CO2
Offseting 50mT CO2 priced at $2000 into verified emissions reducing projects in Madagascar.
Offset 100 mT CO2
Offseting 100mT CO2 priced at $4000 into verified emissions reducing projects in Madagascar.