Carbon Offset Fund

Invest in nature

Offsetting your environmental impact can be challenging, particularly as an individual school. First you must calculate your footprint but then you must find the right project to invest in, in a carbon market that is fraught with problems. Our fund allows you to join other like-minded schools to offset your impact with verified projects, that have been visited and vetted by our team, so that you avoid all the downsides associated with carbon offsetting.

How it works?

KNOW YOUR IMPACT

Depending on where you are in your sustainability journey, we can either work with the data that you already have or work out your impact using our footprint calculator or performing a bespoke audit.

Enrolment in Carbon Offset Fund

We'll enrol you in our fund, connecting you with the right science-backed nature-based projects for your climate action strategy.

Invest in the planet

Offset your annual impact with manageable monthly instalments to balance your environmental impact and have a positive social impact. Then see and share your impact with your school community.

Projects

Kasigau Corridor

The Kasigau Corridor project is a REDD+ project based in Rukinga, Kenya. It protects an expanse of over 200,000 hectares of dryland Acacia-Commiphora forest home to over 2,000 elephants. REDD+ is a framework created by the United Nations to guide activities in the forest sector that reduces emissions from deforestation and forest degradation, as well as the sustainable management of forests and the conservation and enhancement of forest carbon stocks in developing countries.

Project information

Kasigau Corridor
The Kasigau Corridor project has so far led to 13,936,339 tCO2 emissions avoided to date. The project has created a market-driven solution to wildlife conservation through a community-led, community-based sustainable model. Reaching over 116,000 people, that will continue to make an impact for many years.

Kasigau Corridor

The Kasigau Corridor project is a REDD+ project based in Rukinga, Kenya. It protects an expanse of over 200,000 hectares of dryland Acacia-Commiphora forest home to over 2,000 elephants. REDD+ is a framework created by the United Nations to guide activities in the forest sector that reduces emissions from deforestation and forest degradation, as well as the sustainable management of forests and the conservation and enhancement of forest carbon stocks in developing countries.

Project information

Kasigau Corridor
The Kasigau Corridor project has so far led to 13,936,339 tCO2 emissions avoided to date. The project has created a market-driven solution to wildlife conservation through a community-led, community-based sustainable model. Reaching over 116,000 people, that will continue to make an impact for many years.

Kasigau Corridor

The Kasigau Corridor project is a REDD+ project based in Rukinga, Kenya. It protects an expanse of over 200,000 hectares of dryland Acacia-Commiphora forest home to over 2,000 elephants. REDD+ is a framework created by the United Nations to guide activities in the forest sector that reduces emissions from deforestation and forest degradation, as well as the sustainable management of forests and the conservation and enhancement of forest carbon stocks in developing countries.

Project information

Kasigau Corridor
The Kasigau Corridor project has so far led to 13,936,339 tCO2 emissions avoided to date. The project has created a market-driven solution to wildlife conservation through a community-led, community-based sustainable model. Reaching over 116,000 people, that will continue to make an impact for many years.

Kasigau Corridor

The Kasigau Corridor project is a REDD+ project based in Rukinga, Kenya. It protects an expanse of over 200,000 hectares of dryland Acacia-Commiphora forest home to over 2,000 elephants. REDD+ is a framework created by the United Nations to guide activities in the forest sector that reduces emissions from deforestation and forest degradation, as well as the sustainable management of forests and the conservation and enhancement of forest carbon stocks in developing countries.

Project information

Kasigau Corridor
The Kasigau Corridor project has so far led to 13,936,339 tCO2 emissions avoided to date. The project has created a market-driven solution to wildlife conservation through a community-led, community-based sustainable model. Reaching over 116,000 people, that will continue to make an impact for many years.

Ready to join other forward thinking and innovative schools by taking climate action in the right way?