Carbon offset projects
No matter how much you reduce your existing emissions, there will always be some you cannot avoid. You can, however, offset these emissions by supporting a recognised carbon offset project. Your products, services and company can then be classified as carbon neutral, given the overall effect on the climate has been offset.
You should always choose a project that fits your company. Whether it’s your purpose, values, actions, products or service. We only recognize certified carbon offsetting projects. Various standards apply, such as the Gold Standard, Verified Carbon Standard or the Climate, Community and Biodiversity Standard. We can help you navigate the space and always offer a range of recognised projects that use various technologies and tackle different development goals.
As a basic rule, we recommend that, alongside offsetting, you start on the continual reduction of your emissions. Only then will your commitment to climate change reduction be seen as truly credible. These case studies show how some of our clients have achieved successful market launches for their carbon neutral products.
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Read the full success story here: Zanier’s climate action – fits like a glove Zanier has been famous for high-quality gloves made for extreme conditions since 1969. Sustainability has always been
Nearly 100 years of family-run business: sustainability is an essential principle of Klingele's long-term entrepreneurial activities. Waste paper is used to manufacture the corrugated packaging
Friedrich Friedrich uses ClimatePartner's CO2 calculator especially for house moving. By entering the individual relocation data, the amount of CO2 caused is calculated at the push of a button.
Naturally Fast Food brand LEON has become the first to serve a carbon-neutral burger and fries range in its more than 60 locations across the UK. For this, LEON is measuring, reducing, and offsetting
FOCUSWATER is the modern, low-calorie drink with a sophisticated mixture of vitamins and minerals. It thus supplies the body with important elements of daily needs and does not contain any artificial
BABOR stands for luxury cosmetics made in Germany. Owner-run in its third generation, the company set up a distinctive plan for sustainability: the Green Agenda, providing answers and solutions in the
Ukuthula Sportswear aims to sustainably accompany individuals in their outdoor activities. Their clothes are designed to be a second skin: light, breathable and comfortable, whether cold or hot, windy
Minor Figures makes plant-based, 100% vegan products to lift its customers' coffee and mind - either in their homes or at their favourite local spot. Through working with ClimatePartner they measured
Mindful Chef has always been committed to mindfully sourcing ingredients to empower people to live healthier lives since its inception in 2015. In 2020 they conducted a carbon footprint analysis to
Every CEWE photobook and all CEWE brand products are carbon neutral. That also includes CEWE CALENDARS, CEWE CARDS, and CEWE WALL PICTURES. CEWE offsets all unabated carbon emissions from production.
A true novelty in sustainable functional clothing: The “guaranteed green” membrane from Sympatex – 100 percent recyclable, PTFE-free, PFC-free, and carbon neutral. Processed into a carbon neutral outdoor jacket by bleed.
The mama thresl offers carbon neutral accommodations: Via an interface between the booking software HotelNetSolutions and ClimatePartner, the carbon emissions of the overnight stay are calculated.
Nectar has always sought ways to help people sleep better at night, and part of that fuels their attention to climate action. For three years they have been on an ongoing journey to address the
Located near the Port of Hamburg, the family-run Port International has been trading in fruit and vegetables for 140 years. The company was one of the first to introduce organic and fair trade bananas
The hotel hosts events of all kinds and the corresponding overnight accommodation carbon neutrally. Individual guests also have the option of offsetting the emissions generated by their stay.
Plenaire is from the French expression for “in the open air”, having the qualities of natural air and light. Holistically it is derived from the 1840 painting technique “en plein air”; emphasizing
fiid, the Irish plant-based food company, has taken their sustainability journey up a notch, by making its entire range of products carbon neutral. A carbon neutral product can be achieved when the
Superzero did, as the name suggests, literally start from zero: their personal care products are derived from natural chemistry, require no plastic packaging, are carbon minimized, and contain no
How is a company with more than 30,000 employees and over 900 stores going to be carbon neutral? With a plan implemented step by step. Since 2012, Aldi UK and Ireland has installed 395 solar panel