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Project ID: 81
GoodShipping | Using sustainable biofuels reduces emissions in the transportation industry directly. With the power of carbon insetting, businesses around the world can achieve their climate goals and create sustainable, long-term change in the transportation industry.
Project ID: 82
Climeworks | Climeworks empowers people to reverse climate change by permanently removing carbon dioxide from the air. The carbon is injected underground and naturally turns into stone, which makes this one of the safest storage solutions available. The carbon remains stored underground for thousands of years.
Project ID: 44
myclimate | A reduction in the use of firewood causes several benefits to people and environment in Rwanda. This can be achieved with the subsidised sale of energy efficient cook stoves to families around the Volcanoes National Park in North-West Rwanda.
Project ID: 1
myclimate | This community-based reforestation initiative is located in a critical watershed that feeds into Nicaragua's main estuary, the Estero Real. By reforesting this region, the program plays an important role in regulating the hydrologic cycle, provides important water and biodiversity benefits locally and internationally, and improves the quality of life for small farmers.
Project ID: 5
myclimate | This project decreases CO2 emissions by installing a biomass boiler instead of a gas boiler to meet the heat demands of a new paper machine at a pulp and paper mill in Caieiras, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Project ID: 6
myclimate | In the Brazilian Amazonas region, myclimate supports the switch from diesel to climate-friendly Forest Stewardship Councilw (FSC) woodchips for the production of electricity.
Project ID: 11
myclimate | Installing the largest solar power plant in the Caribbean the project is an alternative to the fossil driven electricity fuel mix by sun power and furthermore creates local employment, a visitor center and a fund for social activities
Project ID: 14
myclimate | This carbon offset project aims at preventing further deforestation of a globally significant ecosystem. Instead of earning their living by harvesting timber, the local landowners - several Fijan clans - will establish a protected area which generates carbon credits.
Project ID: 28
myclimate | Locally produced efficient Upesi stoves reduce wood consumption in Kenya and help to preserve the unique vegetation and biodiversity of Kakamega rainforest. The stoves have a cleaner burning process and thus reduce CO2 emission, decrease indoor air pollution and associated acute respiratory infections in women and children.
Project ID: 32
myclimate | In order to reduce CO2 and counter the rapid deforestation on Madagascar, myclimate supports the manufacture and distribution of efficient cookers and climate-friendly solar cookers. The sensibilisation of pupils about environmental protection and climate friendly cooking as well as the reforestation of one seedling per cook stove sold are also part of that project.
Project ID: 35
myclimate | The pioneer project engages Mongolian nomads in the mountains and steppes of a globally important biodiversity heritage. The aim is to enable ecosystem recovery and carbon uptake of rangelands that typically suffer from degradation.
Project ID: 36
myclimate | The project engages the local population of a coastal region in Myanmar to restore degraded mangrove ecosystems. The aim is to create healthy mangrove forests that take up carbon, protect the population from natural disasters and conserve biodiversity by representing a key habitat for endangered species.
Project ID: 37
myclimate | In rural areas of Nepal, women mostly use wood to cook for their families which has a negative impact both on women's health and on the climate. To counteract the problem, this project develops and distributes small biogas systems for private households that allow the population to be supplied with clean energy while preserving tree stocks.
Project ID: 40
myclimate | This project helps small holder coffee farmers adapt and improve their income while supporting the economic and environmental sustainability of the coffee industry in Nicaragua. This is achieved through combined planting of disease resistant coffee plants with other multifunctional trees.
Project ID: 43
myclimate | This carbon offset project promotes the recycling of used PET bottles and other plastic waste. The PET flakes and granulate obtained from the recycling process are reused, for example, in the packaging industry or for insulation in the construction sector. As a result, resources are saved and the burden on the climate is reduced.
Project ID: 78
myclimate | This carbon offset program implements high-tech solar home systems, including GSM modems, that provide a clean, affordable alternative to fossil fuels for low-income households and small businesses in Africa. The technology effectively reduces carbon emissions thanks to an innovative monitoring approach. The first project activity will be implemented in Kenya.
Project ID: 71
Carbon Footprint | The project generates clean electricity through the use of wind energy in Nakhonratchasima province in Thailand.
Project ID: 73
Carbon Footprint | Native deciduous tree species are planted to help maintain the environment and biodiversity in the UK. Planting takes place at school sites and other biodiversity sites, and all trees are high-quality, cell-grown "whips" (annual seedlings).
Project ID: 83
Charm Industrial | Bio-oil sequestration is a new engineered carbon remocal pathway that converts biomass into fast pyrolysis bio-oil. This is then injected deep underground as negative emissions.
Project ID: 91
Allcot | This project protects 100,000 hectares of rainforest located in the Peruvian Amazon, just 400 km from the historic sanctuary of Machu Picchu.
Project ID: 90
Allcot | The main objective of this project is to mitigate and recover greenhouse gases (GHG) generated by animal wastewater in the state of Mato Grosso do Sul in central Brazil. This will be achieved by improving the animal waste management system practices in the closed animal feeding operations in local cities.
Project ID: 86
Carbonsink | The project involves the distribution of cookstoves in the urban area of Maputo province in Mozambique. Thus, energy-efficient cook stoves replace cooking with coal and increase the quality of life and reduce CO2 emissions.
Project ID: 85
Carbonsink | This project fights against deforestation and protects biodiversity in Tanzania.
Project ID: 87
Carbonsink | The project relies on the use of solar energy through photovoltaic conversion technology to generate electricity that is fed into the Mauritius grid.
Project ID: 84
Carbonsink | This project involves the construction of a drinking water system in the village of Tulear in Madagascar, providing 50,000 people with access to drinking water. This leads to a drastic reduction in CO2 emissions, as the treatment process by boiling is no longer necessary.
Project ID: 80
Hivos Foundation | This project provides rural families in Kenya with domestic biodigestors. These allow individual households with livestock to reduce their dependence on environmentally damaging firewood and expensive fossil fuels.
Project ID: 79
Hivos Foundation | This project provides access to energy for people living in rural areas in Cambodia. Before small biogas plants were installed, families cooked their meals over an open wood fire, which is more expensive, unhealthy, time-consuming and contributes to deforestation.
Project ID: 69
Carbon Footprint | The "Heqing Solar Cooker Project" is located in the rural area of Thangye in Gansu Province in northwest China. The project enables rural residents to efficiently replace the fossil fuel (coal) used for daily cooking and water boiling with solar energy, thus avoiding the CO2 emissions that would result from fossil fuel consumption.
Project ID: 88
Carbon Footprint | The project aims to disseminate over 8,000 improved energy-efficient cookstoves to homes in Malawi. The stoves are more efficient and use less wood for household cooking and heating than traditional stoves.
Project ID: 89
Carbon Footprint | The project involves the installation and operation of Srepok 1 solar power plant with peak capacity of 50 MW. This project is located in Ea Wer commune, Dak Lak province, Vietnam.
Project ID: 76
myclimate | Through this carbon offset project, a section of the unique Königsmoor in Schleswig-Holstein is being renatured. Through rewetting, typical upland moor vegetation can develop here over the long term and therefore helps to efficiently capture CO₂.
Project ID: 75
myclimate | This project includes the afforestation on the Adriatic coast in Italy.
Project ID: 77
myclimate | This projects refers to a renatauration of a moor region in the Swiss Alps.
Project ID: 96
South Pole | Located in rural Sumatra, this run-of-river hydroelectricity project harnesses the flow of the Musi River to generate clean energy for the grid. The project supports local jobs, new income streams, and has funded infrastructure improvements – as well as a reforestation program.
Project ID: 99
South Pole | By harnessing the power of prevailing coastal winds to generate clean energy, the Changbin and Taichung wind farms power Taiwanese homes, while helping to expand Taiwan’s renewable energy industry. The project owner is helping boost sustainable development through a number of local initiatives, such as guided wind farm tours that raise awareness about climate change and pollution, supporting the elderly and a scholarship programme.
Project ID: 100
Carbon Footprint | The reduction of deforestation activities in the Amazon rainforest is supported. This is achieved through the management of the land in the form of a "private nature reserve", rigorous monitoring and enforcement.
Project ID: 97
South Pole | Since its launch in 2011, the Kariba project has protected nearly 785,000 hectares from deforestation and land degradation, preventing more than 18 million tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions being released into the atmosphere. The project continues to support regional sustainable development and the independence and wellbeing of local communities.
Project ID: 94
Compensaid | Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) is the first viable carbon-neutral alternative to fossil-based jet fuel. With this contribution SAF is bought and fueled into airplanes in order to directly reduce carbon emissions.
Project ID: 98
myclimate | The project ensures that indigenous land rights are secured and community land use plans are implemented by establishing forest conservation activities. Reducing deforestation prevents greenhouse gases from being released into the atmosphere and secures habitat connectivity for endangered wildlife between the Yaeda Valley and the Ngorongoro Highlands.
Project ID: 93
Climate Neutral Group | This offsetting project helps to build, renovate, and maintain boreholes in Africa. The aim is to improve people’s accessibility to clean drinking water, particularly in rural areas. The initiative operates in Uganda, Rwanda, Malawi, and Eritrea. Here, like anywhere else in the world, clean drinking water is vitally important.
Project ID: 92
Climate Neutral Group | (Co-)fermentation is a natural degradation process in which biogas is released under controlled conditions. The biogas produced is converted in a combined heat and power installation (CHP) into sustainable electricity, which is then supplied via a green power supplier to many thousands of households in the Netherlands.