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Carbon Offsetting

Why Carbon Offset?

Carbon offsetting funds solutions to reducing carbon emissions now. Frequently carbon offsetting reduces emissions much faster than you can as an individual/single company. Carbon offsetting projects help to combat global climate change as well as caring for local communities. In many instances providing much needed employment, health improvement, biodiversity, reforestation and broad social benefits to impoverished communities.

We have chosen three projects to help offset our carbon emissions.

Project 1 - Pacajai REDD+ Project in Brazil

This project is working to prevent unplanned deforestation in native forests, which has occurred due to logging, squatting and attempts to implement pastures.

The project is expected to avoid over 22 million tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent greenhouse gas emissions over a 40 year period.

This project is fully verified, meets international standards, BSI’s PAS 2060 specification and the Carbon Footprint Standard.

The additional Gold Level CCB Award (currently undergoing revalidation) provides a guarantee of the exceptional social and environmental co-benefits of this project.

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Project 2 - Wind Power Project in Theni, India - produced by Powerica limited

The main purpose of the project activity is to generate electrical energy through sustainable means using wind power resources and to contribute to climate change mitigation efforts. In the absence of the project activity, the electricity thus supplied would have been generated through fossil fuel based thermal power plants.
The project activity thus contributes to reduction in specific emissions (emissions of pollutant) including GHG emissions.

Project 3 - Cecic Hke Zhangbei Ivnaobao Wind Power Project, China

The electricity grid in this region of China is predominately fed from fossil fuel fired power plants, especially coal fired plants, so by replacing equal amounts of electricity which is originally generated by fossil fuel fired power plants, within the grid system, the Project with almost zero emission would reduce greenhouse gas emission accrued from the saved fossil fuel combustion. The project is expected to reduce emissions by about 254,960 tCO2 annually.

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