We aim to give you the best experience possible – but also wish to respect your privacy. By clicking “I accept”, you agree to allow us to use cookies, which will help us deliver more personalised information. However, should you wish to disable this capability, or to learn more about our policy, please visit our Cookies policy. Thank you.
Please upgrade your web browser
You are using an unsupported browser. See our supported browsers to enjoy the very best experience of our site.

Discover our carbon offset projects

Our projects not only reduce emissions, they also help people in developing countries by improving their health and more. Our current projects focus on improving cooking methods in Bangladesh and generating clean energy in India.
Bondhu Chula Cookstoves in Bangladesh

Bondhu Chula Cookstoves in Bangladesh

90% of the 160 million Bangladeshis cook on “three-stone” open fires in their homes, which wastes energy and produces smoke that causes more than 45,000 premature deaths a year.

The Bondhu Chula, or the ‘friendly stove’, is designed to ensure a more efficient burn reducing fuel use and the chimney takes the harmful pollutants out of the house. The project employs local entrepreneurs to produce and distribute the stoves. Fuel consumption can be reduced by approximately 50%, leaving families with more disposable income and better health.

Generating clean energy from organic food waste in India

Generating clean energy from organic food waste in India

An estimated 240million people in India are without electricity. Those who are connected suffer from poor output and regular power shortages. This causes residents to turn to natural resources for fuel, which can be harmful to health but also the local environment.

The project will distribute over 15,000 biodigestors across India to replace fuelwood grid electricity and other fossil fuels. These units can be used to produce cooking gas, heat or even electricity on the larger scale units. Poor households benefit from saving on fuel costs and cleaner air. The slurry generated by the units can also be used as an organic fertilizer, reducing the use of chemical fertilizer.