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Restore the Balance

Go carbon neutral and fight climate change

How it works

Reduce what you can

Offset what you can’t

We all are responsible

for climate change

The average american is responsible for

about 50,000 lbs of CO2 per year

Reduce What

you can

Reduce your carbon footprint

by reducing energy use

Offset what

you can’t

Support the highest-quality carbon offset

projects to go carbon neutral today!

CO2 Projects

Projects support their local communities

Offering great environmental benefits.

Coopesantos Wind Project

Wind power project located in Los Santos, Costa Rica.

Guacamaya Hydro Power

Hydro power project location in Costa Nicaragua and Honduras.

Costas Verdes

Costas Verdes is a non-profit association created restore Costa Rican.

Business

Our carbon offset program are in innovative and flexible way to help your business calculate, reduce and offset your carbon footprint. You will help the environment, fight global warming, and help make the transition to a clean energy future possible. Become a partner!

Individuals

Our carbon offset program are in innovative and flexible way to help your business calculate, reduce and offset your carbon footprint. You will help the environment, fight global warming, and help make the transition to a clean energy future possible. Become a partner!

Projects’ Certifications and Standards

Why Go Carbon Neutral?

 

Greenhouse gas emissions are upsetting the natural balance of our ecosystem. Our plant is changing, and we should learn how our action contribute to climate change, and what we can do abut it.

The first step to reducing your carbon footprint is knowing where your carbon emissions are coming from. Both individuals and businesses can calculate their carbon footprints. You can use our Carbon Calculator. Once you have assessed where your carbon emissions are coming from, you can take action to reduce your footprint. Small changes can make a big difference.

Even after you’ve done your best to reduce your carbon footprint through action, some of your activities will emit greenhouse gases. Carbon offsets let you help build projects in communities that reduce emissions beyond what you could achieve through personal action. Offsets make environmental and economic sense- for emissions that are impossible to reduce, you can use funds to help reduce emissions elsewhere.

The programs and offsets are certified with standards, such as the United Nations Clean Development Mechanism (MDL), The Voluntary Carbon Standard, or the Gold Standard Foundation.