Carbon offset projects
The awareness for climate protection within the travel industry is clearly growing; airlines have agreed at international level to offset carbon emissions by investing in carbon offset projects.
Selecting carbon offset projects and developing our own exclusive projects – this has been our expertise at ClimatePartner for more than 15 years now. For this, we work together with developers around the world and have thus put together a hand-picked portfolio that meets our ideas of purpose and quality. More than 5,000 corporate customers worldwide already trust our services.
Our know-how and expertise enables us to provide you with carbon credits that cover both all established technologies and many countries – from forest protection or safe drinking water to solar energy. They are certified to the highest international standards. Independent organizations regularly check the exact amount of emissions savings.
All our projects are always also development projects in the region and contribute to the UN Goals for Sustainable Development (SDGs). In the project description we refer to the respective SDGs.
With appropriate quantities, we can also develop your own carbon offset project for you or provide you with an existing project exclusively.
Our calculation system is ready to be integrated into your specific booking software, allowing for a "carbon neutral" booking option. When chosen, your passengers decide directly at the time of booking whether they want to fly carbon neutrally. They immediately can see the price and available projects.
Through our TÜV-certified system, you and your customers receive the "carbon neutral" certificate and label for every transaction. All carbon compensation is clearly traceable, whether for a single flight or the entire company.
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