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The difference you make with carbon offsetting

All the money collected from GreenPerk, our no-commission carbon offsetting service, supports high-impact sustainability projects worldwide. Our in-house experts hand-pick VERRA accredited projects that are 3rd party verified and meet the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Project Allocation Criteria

Additionality

Additionality

We ensure GHG reductions from carbon offsetting combat climate change.

Emissions Accuracy

Emissions Accuracy

We guarantee claimed emissions reductions are valid and 3rd party verified.

Permanence

Permanence

We strive to protect the project’s emission reductions from being reversed.

Social Benefits

Social Benefits

Our projects offer additional benefits to local communities and environment.

Your projects. Your impact.

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Biogas Capture/Renewables
Region: Thailand
Certification ID: VCS 426
Why we chose this?
At least 25% of today’s global warming results from methane released by human activities.
What’s the impact?
The project helps mitigate the release of methane into the atmosphere. This occurs as a result of the breakdown of organic matter from the Palm Pol Mill. The major components of the project are:
Extraction of methane (biogas) from wastewater through biogas reactor
Reuse of biogas for fuel
Allows reuse of wastewater into the mill production process, aiding water conservation
Estimated Annual Emissions Reduction: 35,028 tonnes CO2e
Carbon Offset Volume: 110 tonnes CO2e
UN Sustainable Development Goals:
7. Affordable and Clean Energy
9. Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
11. Sustainable Cities and Communities
12. Responsible Consumption and Production
13. Climate Action
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Forestry (REDD+)
Region: Cambodia
Certification ID: VCS 1650
Why we chose this?
Since the 1970s, Cambodia’s primary rainforest cover shrunk from 70% to just 3.1% today. Deforestation in the country has been accelerating over the last decade as a result of industrial plant expansion, logging, and conversion of agriculture.
What’s the impact?
The conservation project has a holistic approach with four direct interventions:
Strengthening legal mechanisms and political support
Direct law enforcement
Strengthening community natural resource management
Developing alternative livelihoods
Estimated Annual Emissions Reduction: 1,426,648 tonnes CO2e
Carbon Offset Volume: 440 tonnes CO2e
UN Sustainable Development Goals:
1. No Poverty
2. Zero Hunger
3. Good Health and Well being
6. Clean Water and Sanitation
8. Decent Work and Economic growth
13. Climate Action
15. Life on Land
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Hydro/Renewables
Region: Turkey
Certification ID: VCS 1758
Why we chose this?
Most of Turkey’s electricity generation comes from fossil fuel-fired power plants (78% of total generation in 2014), with natural gas accounting for almost half of all generation. Electricity from hydroelectric facilities also accounts for a significant share of Turkey’s total generation (17%).
What’s the impact?
This project focuses on clean electricity production, using the potential energy of Aksu River as a renewable source. By producing electricity from a non-fossil fuel source, this project:
Reduces the impact of airborne pollutants and greenhouse gas emissions.
Turkey’s electricity generation is heavily reliant on fossil fuels. By investing in renewables projects in the area, we help the Turkish national electricity grids transition towards more sustainable resources.
Estimated Annual Emissions Reduction: 83,983 tonnes CO2e
Carbon Offset Volume: 1448 tonnes CO2e
UN Sustainable Development Goals:
7. Affordable and Clean Energy
9. Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
11. Sustainable Cities and Communities
12. Responsible Consumption and Production
13. Climate Action
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Wind/Renewables
Region: China
Certification ID: VCS 903
Why we chose this?
Coal supplied about 58% of China’s total energy consumption in 2019. Despite structural changes to China’s economy over the last few years, the country’s energy demand is expected to increase. Government policies do support cleaner fuel use and more energy efficient measures.
What’s the impact?
This project will help reduce greenhouse gas emissions generated from the North China Power Grid (NCPG). This will displace part of the NCPG’s electricity, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions generated by coal-fired power plants. It will contribute to the development of the local community by means of:
GHG emission reduction
Pollutants emission reduction through replacing fossil fuel combustion
Employment opportunities
Estimated Annual Emissions Reduction: 427,936 tonnes CO2e
Carbon Offset Volume: 220 tonnes CO2e
UN Sustainable Development Goals:
7. Affordable and Clean Energy
9. Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
11. Sustainable Cities and Communities
12. Responsible Consumption and Production
13. Climate Action
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Why did we choose these projects?

We decided to use a blended approach to our carbon compensation strategy.
We focus on these areas:

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Methane capture
Methane is natural gas, and can be captured and used as a source of energy. Our projects strive to use this resource for good.
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Clean and renewable energy
Clean and renewable energy can help preserve our natural resources and reduce the risk of natural disasters.
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Forest restoration and preservation
Food security, access to clean water, and climate change can be managed through forest landscape restoration.

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