Given the intrinsic characteristics of the carbon offsetting mechanism, virtually all of our carbon reduction initiatives are strategically situated in developing countries.
Our carbon reduction projects have been carefully selected for the superyacht community and our maritime clientele. The projects are primarily located in coastal or island settings and play a pivotal role in safeguarding the global environment and fostering sustainable development within the local communities of nations requiring external financial assistance. The selection of these projects reflects our commitment to addressing the overarching challenges of climate change and the specific needs of communities in environmentally sensitive areas.
Our carbon reduction projects offer a practical and efficient solution to mitigate the greenhouse gas (GHG) impact of your superyacht activity, all while maintaining the integrity of your chosen lifestyle. Click to learn more about our carbon offsetting services.
Below is a comprehensive list of the current projects we have selected for our clients (subject to credit availability).
♦This project is one of our premium projects. Due to limited availability please specify if you would like us to use this project for your offset and we will quote accordingly.
Our renewable energy projects harness the power of natural resources, including solar, wind, hydro, and geothermal, to generate clean and sustainable electric power. These innovative technologies stand out for their eco-friendly nature, as they do not emit greenhouse gases (GHGs) during the power generation process.
By opting for renewable energy sources over traditional fossil fuels, we can reduce our carbon footprint and contribute significantly to the ongoing global effort to combat climate change and mitigate environmental degradation. Embracing these projects not only ensures a cleaner and healthier planet but also signifies a crucial step towards fostering a more sustainable future for generations to come.
Our coastal marine ecosystems projects focus on conserving and regenerating vital habitats like mangroves, tidal marshes, and seagrasses. The significance of these ecosystems extends far beyond their role as biodiversity hotspots; they serve as exceptional carbon sinks, effectively absorbing more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere that is released and storing it over prolonged periods. This capacity for carbon removal is a crucial contribution to addressing the global need for sustainable climate action. The long-term importance of marine ecosystems in the battle against climate change is increasingly recognised among scientists, natural resource managers, and the general public.
As we advance our efforts in marine conservation, our ongoing projects currently centre around restoring coastal mangroves in Kenya. We are also actively seeking additional marine projects to present to our clients. However, the availability of marine carbon offset credits remains limited. This scarcity is attributed to the intricate nature of marine projects, involving complexities, time, and costs associated with the accreditation process. Although challenges persist, we anticipate expanding our offerings of ‘blue carbon’ credits soon. Stay tuned for updates on our progress as we work towards a more sustainable future.