Our carbon offsetting

projects

Our verified carbon offsetting projects are carefully selected or developed by our team of climate finance experts and project developers to ensure they deliver real carbon emission reductions and life-enhancing social benefits.

As internationally accredited climate finance specialists and offsetting project developers, we know offsetting inside out. With the urgent global goal of net zero, offsetting is helping many businesses and organisations to achieve their carbon neutral goals whilst they continue to reduce their emissions.

That is why now, more than ever, it is important that the projects being used to offset emissions are credible and upheld to the most rigorous of standards. We take this very seriously.

But more than this, it is extremely important to us that every offsetting project we develop or support delivers tangible and measurable benefits to the communities in which they operate, empowering them to have ownership of a more sustainable future. We believe strongly that to effectively reach our goals to tackle climate change we must also counteract deforestation, support reforestation, finance renewable technologies, lift people out of poverty and deliver equitable sustainable development.

These beliefs are at the heart of our project development work. Our award-winning Sudan Low Smoke Cookstoves project is the first to be developed in a conflict zone and is delivering health and economic benefits to Sudanese families, with particular focus on female empowerment. The Hifadhi-Livelihoods Cleaner Cookstoves project (financed by The Livelihood Fund and developed in partnership with EcoAct) is training local artisans and project officers to manage the distribution of better and cleaner cookstoves in rural Kenya with positive impacts for families, communities and the environment.

Every single one of the international offsetting projects in our portfolio is aligned to the Sustainable Development Goals and working towards a more sustainable future for all.

Find a

project

From the Amazon rainforest to the rural communities of Vietnam, explore our portfolio of international carbon offsetting projects searching by location or project technology. Find out how each project is aligned to specific Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and providing benefits to local communities and the environment.

Yedeni Forest Conservation Project

(Ethiopia)

This forest REDD+ project implements a forest management framework to help locals and governments to manage the responsibility and the benefits of a precious forest together.

Darfur Sudan Cookstove Project

(Sudan)

Our award-winning cleaner cookstoves offsetting project is the first registered carbon credit project in Sudan and the first to be developed in a conflict zone. It is reducing emissions whilst helping families to breathe cleaner indoor air.

Hifadhi-Livelihoods Project

(Kenya)

‘Hifadhi’ means to preserve, and the aim of this clean cookstoves project is to preserve Kenya’s forests, and the health and livelihoods of rural communities.

Madre de Dios Amazon Forest Conservation Project

(Peru)

This verified carbon offsetting project reduces deforestation and helps to establish sustainable forest management practices.

Anourok Cambodia Forestry Project

(Cambodia)

This Forest REDD+ conservation project, called Anourok, prevents deforestation of a unique and biodiverse region which is the habitat of many native species.

Bokhol Senegal Solar Project

(Senegal)

This is the first ever solar photovoltaic (PV) project in Senegal and one of the largest in West Africa providing 160,000 people with access to renewable energy.

Pawan India Project

(India)

This bundled renewable energy project is comprised of wind power plants across various states in India, all of which have traditionally be reliant on fossil fuel generated electricity.

Jialing China Biogas Project

(China)

This carbon offsetting project helps to install biogas units which provide a cleaner and more renewable source of fuel to rural communities.

Native American Hardwoods Project

(Minnesota, USA)

This American Carbon Registry Hardwoods Offsetting Project is helping to bend the climate curve, restore species habitat, clean the water, reduce GHG emissions and support the local and global economy.

Anakot Thmei Water Kiosks in Cambodia

(Cambodia)

The Anakot Thmei project provides rural Cambodians with access to safe, affordable water while reducing pressure on forest resources.

Marajó Project

(Brazil)

Situated in the Northern Brazilian state of Para, on the island of Marajó, the project preserves nearly 90,000 hectares of biodiverse Amazon forest.

Kitalu Project

(Kenya)

Kitalu (nursery in English) is a combined tree planting, rural development and carbon emission control programme in Kenya.

Neema Forestry Project in Kenya

(Kenya)

The Neema Forestry program, located in the Tsavo National Park in Kenya, has the main objective of preserving biodiversity whilst developing a local sustainable economy.

Serragem Project

(Brazil )

Serragem is a fuel switching project that replaces fuelwood with biomass to power two ceramic factories while supporting vulnerable community members through social initiatives.

Cherokee Forest

(United States)

The Cherokee Forest project preserves the forest and its ecosystems by prohibiting their exploitation.

Why

choose EcoAct.

At EcoAct we are driven by a shared purpose to make a difference. To help businesses to implement positive change in response to climate and carbon challenges, whilst also driving commercial performance.

280

carbon offsetting projects supported across 35 countries since 2006

260+

experienced international experts with offices in 9 countries

+2 500

advisory missions

6X

winner of the Environmental Finance Global Awards

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