Carbon projects

We participate in carbon neutralising projects worldwide.  Below are a few examples of these projects.
Carbon Neutral Websites only works with accredited projects that provide verifiable carbon reduction.

Establishment of Ethiopian rainforest

Ethiopia is one of the poorest nations in the world with a GDP per capita.  Per capita at only $619 a year.  The country's agricultural sector, which provides livelihoods to over 90 percent of the population, has been paralysed by environmental degradation.  Utilisation of forest resources has left less than 3% of Ethiopia's native forests.  Severe erosion reduces the country's ability to absorb water and has resulted in increasingly difficult drought and flood cycles.

The project aims to protect the heavily degraded forest on the mountainside and plant new trees that support the long-term restoration of the ecosystem in the region.

The project focuses on the active participation of members of the local community, who are directly responsible for the implementation of the project.
Proceeds from the project are reinvested in local development initiatives, such as education, health and environmental protection projects.

Wind turbine project in India

This 100 MW wind turbine is located in the Anantapur district of Andhra Pradesh, India.  The project consists of 50 wind turbines of 2.0 MW each which produce clean electricity.  To ensure the best possible reach for the local community, the project has a dedicated team working exclusively to engage local stakeholders.  The goal behind this project is to generate over 215 GWh of clean energy and have a positive impact on the life of the local community.

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Cleaner and safer ovens in Malawi

This project provides improved ovens in Malawi, one of the poorest countries in the world, where 98% of families cook using charcoal.  Chitetezo Mbaula clay stove uses far less firewood than traditional stoves and is easy and convenient to use, helping households take the first step away from open fires, which pollute the air both inside and outside the home.  The ovens are affordable ($1-2), made exclusively in Malawi and available to those who need it most, mainly women who cook with wood on an open fire.

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Planting forest on Timor Leste

The forestry program on Timor Lester was developed by the xpand Foundation, and is the first social organisation to act on climate change through community-leading forestry in East Timor.  The organisation is dedicated to improving the resilience of society to making environments sustainable, to ending poverty and hunger, to providing open education and creating regional partnerships.  It is about climate justice and supports 10 of the 17 UN goals for sustainable development.

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