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3 Ways To Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

3 Ways To Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

Carbon footprints. A topic hotter than summer in the Sahara. Grasping the essence of your carbon footprint is a pinicle step in your sustainable lifestyle. We’re not talking about turning off lights, and we’re also not talking about ineffective protests. We’re talking about easy to implement, super effective ways we can reduce our carbon footprint […]

Why Offset Your Restaurant’s Carbon Footprint?

Why Offset Your Restaurant’s Carbon Footprint? The restaurant industry, bustling with energy and creativity, is also a significant contributor to global carbon emissions. From the energy used in cooking to the emissions from food waste, the ecological impact is substantial. However, there’s a growing movement among restaurateurs to make a positive change: voluntary carbon credits. […]

BMT Solar Farm

Embarking on a transformative journey toward sustainable energy, the BMT Solar Farm emerges as a pioneering greenfield project set to grace the landscapes of EA Phe Commune and Krong Puk Commune in Dak Lak Province, Vietnam. Spearheaded by the BMT Renewable Energy Joint Stock Company, this photovoltaic solar power plant sprawls across a 36-hectare canvas, poised to reshape the region’s energy narrative. Boasting a formidable total installed capacity of 30MW, the solar farm envisions an annual power supply of 43,224 MWh to the grid, all while steering clear of any Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions. As a beacon of sustainability, the solar farm commits to a 25-year operational lifespan, marking a significant stride towards a cleaner, greener energy frontier. Amidst the current carbon-intensive grid, characterised by a margin emission factor of 0.8492 tCO2/MWh, the solar farm’s electricity generation is poised to curtail emissions, delivering a substantial reduction of 183,530 tCO2e over the initial crediting period of 5 years.

Madhya Pradesh​

Madhya Pradesh Wind Power Harnessing the power of the wind for clean energy generation Project Summary India Country Name View On Map Location Wind Power Type Suneja Print Pack PVT Ltd Company Name CDM Registry Registry Name CDM Standard Standards KBS Third-Party Validator cdm.unfccc.int/Projects/DB… Company Website Report (PDF) PDD (PDF) Project Details 0 MWh Per […]

Liucheng Biomass​

Situated in Liucheng County, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China, the Liucheng Biomass Power Generation Project promises sustainable energy solutions. Spearheaded by Liuzhou City Xin’neng Biomass Power Generation Co., Ltd., the initiative focuses on converting local biomass residues, specifically mulberry and sugarcane leaves discarded by farmers, into power. The comprehensive systems of the project encompass heating, fuel supply, ash removal, water disposal, water supply, electricity, thermal control, and auxiliary production. Boasting a wealth of biomass resources within a 50-kilometer radius, the project is set to utilise 178,198 tons of biomass residues, showcasing a commitment to renewable energy and local resource optimisation.

Safe Water Africa

The Lango Safe Water Project, a Gold Standard-certified initiative by CO2balance in northern Uganda, goes beyond addressing water scarcity, integrating gender-responsive strategies and environmental sustainability. By rehabilitating boreholes, conducting water quality tests, and promoting community engagement, the project not only ensures clean water access but also significantly reduces CO2 emissions by approximately 100,000 tonnes annually. Its pioneering commitment to gender equality, applying the full Gold Standard Gender Equality Requirements, sets a precedent for inclusive climate action, making a profound impact on health, community empowerment, and environmental stewardship.

Pazcifico Redd+​

The REDD+ PAZcifico project is a community-driven initiative involving councils in Unicosta, Prodefensa del Río Tapaje, Guapi Abajo, and Cuenca del Río Iscuande. Through participatory and autonomous approaches, it enhances natural, social, and cultural capital by conserving and protecting the local forest. This not only aids in achieving national emission reduction targets but also uplifts subsistence practices, promoting environmental sustainability, reducing deforestation, and enabling community forest management. The project extends positive effects on biodiversity and socioeconomic aspects by fostering connectivity, resource flow, and innovative production alternatives aligned with conservation and mangrove protection. The project falls under the REDD+ category, focusing on forest preservation, sustainable management, and emission reduction.

Guide – Net-Zero

UPDATED for 2024 Your guide to net-zero Carbon neutral, net-zero and ISO 14064 Navigate the Path to Net Zero Understanding the difference between carbon neutral and Net-Zero, and it’s importance. In the world of environmental responsibility, it’s essential to grasp the difference between “Carbon Neutral” and “Net Zero” to steer your company towards a greener […]

Guide – Purchasing and Offsetting

Purchase and Offsetting Carbon Credits Portfolio Choose your portfolio.Combined: a broad project coverageEnvironment: focused on the environmentDevelopment: supporting communitiesEnergy: clean energy generation Auto-Offset Save time by auto-offsetting your credits. Enter:Offsetting Party: your name or the name of the company or entity the carbon credits are being offset against e.g. Joe Bloggs or Tesla IncOffsetting Reason: an optional field in […]

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