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CO2 Compensation

Compensation of CO2 for Climate-neutral Transports

A transport of goods from A to B cannot take place without emission of greenhouse gases. Either these emissions occur directly (e.g., combustion of fuels) or indirectly during production (e.g., electricity generation). The primary aim of a clean transport chain should be reducing to the minimum the production of gases with an impact on climate. The chosen means of transport should be optimized for reduced consumption, utilization, mass, etc. The residual emissions, once precisely calculated, can be compensated through other carbon negative activities to achieve a climate-neutral cargo movement.

Compensation Projects

The voluntary offsetting of CO₂ emissions takes place in many carbon dioxide balancing projects. The "myclimate" climate protection projects meet the highest standards (Gold Standard, Plan Vivo) and, in addition to reducing greenhouse gases, they make a visible positive contribution to sustainable development in the local communities where they take place.

Equalization can be carried out for any amount of CO2 (and other greenhouse gases). Either by an occasional user for an individual cargo shipment or by a large, licensed customer for the entire annual emissions. Upon request, the amount of compensated emissions can be stored on CarbonCare's server (Analytics & Data Storage).

Projects > Swiss Lake. Protecting the climate. Lower CO2

Compensation Partner

"myclimate" and "climatepartner" are cooperation partners of CarbonCare. To compensate CO2 emissions, customers can choose from the climate protection projects presented.

myclimate > Forest Alps offset CO2 greenhouse effect

Climate-neutral Transport

Climate-neutral shipping (CO2 Offset/Balanced) ensures that there is no negative impact on climate when transporting goods.

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